Accident Procedures – Lab

FOR ALL EMERGENCIES CALL THE PITT POLICE   (412) 624-2121

CHEMICAL SPLASH:
  Remove contaminated clothing; Rinse the effected area with water for 15 minutes.

HEAT BURN:
  Rinse the effected area with water for 15 minutes, to remove heat and hydrate a heat burn.

Procedure for Non-Emergency Work Related Injury

Reporting a Work-Related Injury, Illness, or Disease following Treatment

Employee

1. Immediately call the University’s TPA, UPMC Work Partners, at 1-800-633-1197 (24 hours/day, 7 days/week) to report the work-related injury or illness.
2. Notify your supervisor.
3. Emergency assistance may be obtained from campus Security or Public Safety Departments.

What to do if a student is injured

University Safety Manual

Guidelines for Faculty And Staff Response to Student Injury

ACCIDENT REPORT FORM
NEAR-MISS REPORT FORM

SHARPS INJURY REPORT FORM — Submit to EH&S

In case of a flood, fire or other emergency that has any potential to affect equipment, personnel, chemicals or paper records, the Department of Chemistry Emergency Protocol should be followed.

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The Department of Chemistry Laboratory Emergency Protocol


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Emergency Contacts
Do not return to inside the building until instructed by authorities