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May 23, 2014
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—May 19, 2014, to May 23, 2014

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor reviewed the requirements for chemical hygiene plans; discussed the importance of good housekeeping for safety; and shared tips for evaluating e-learning providers.

8 elements of a chemical hygiene planSince 1990, OSHA has required facilities engaged in the use of chemicals in a laboratory to develop and implement a written chemical hygiene plan. If you’re required to have a chemical hygiene plan, make sure it contains these elements.

Facts about OSHA’s lab standard and chemical hygiene plansIn Monday’s Advisor, we described eight elements that must be included in chemical hygiene plans. In this Advisor, we review more facts about the plans required under OSHA’s lab standard.

There’s still time for a little spring cleaningA good spring cleaning can enhance safety in your workplace if it’s done with an eye to eliminating hazards.

Help workers make the connection between housekeeping and their safetyIs your workplace a mess? If so, it’s time to get employees to clean up their act, for the sake of their safety and health.

Evaluating e-learning programsE-learning has become prominent in the workplace, including training programs from external providers. Do you know how to evaluate potential Learning Service Providers? This Advisor gives you solid information to help.

BLR’s Safety Daily Advisor is a free, daily source of workplace safety tips, news, and advice.

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