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Chemical Safety
  Are there additional resources or information for pesticide use?
  Can average (household type) refrigerators and freezers be used for flammable chemical storage?
  Can chemicals of different hazard classes be stored in the same cabinet?
  Common Problems Accessing Online Safety Evaluations
  Controlled Substances, Listed Chemicals, Ethanol
  Equipment Decontamination for Service/Moving
  How are empty bottles and/or broken glass containers disposed of?
  How can I safely ship hazardous materials?
  How do I get a copy of the Chemical Hygiene Plan?
  How do I get a fume hood certified?
  How do I get an SDS (formerly known as MSDS)?
  How do I get approval for purchasing a refrigerator or freezer?
  How do I get chemicals moved to different locations?
  How do I get my chemical waste picked up?
  How do I handle laboratory waste?
  How do I manage my chemical, biological, plant or animal wastes?
  How should flammable chemicals be handled?
  How should I dispose of needles or other sharps?
  Is it a problem to store equipment or materials in hallways?
  Laboratory Safety Standard
  Laboratory Safety Training Information
  May I pour chemicals down the drain?
  New Hazardous Waste Hazard Label Requirement - 2018
  Notification Record
  Online Chemical Waste Request
  Preparing for Media Coverage
  Selecting PPE for Laboratories
  Tips for Managing Waste
  TSCA Import Certifications: What are they and how do I complete the form?
  What are Safety Data Sheets (SDS)?
  What if I only handle chemicals in unopened, sealed containers?
  What is in a spill clean-up kit and how do I get one?
  What is the Chemical Registration System?
  What is the food and drink policy for research labs?
  What should I do with my unwanted chemicals?
  What types of substances require hazard monitoring?
  When does my chemical waste get picked up?
  When should a vented cap be used on waste containers?
  Where can I find information to determine if a chemical/product is hazardous?
  Where should I keep the Chemical Hygiene Plan?
  Who must have a Chemical Hygiene Plan?