We also help the laboratory community ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations addressing chemical use in these areas.
Emergency Response Contacts
Public Safety 402.554.2911
Senior Chemical and Radiation Specialist 402.554.3921
Support Services Director 402.554.3596
Poison Control Center 402.390.5555
Fire Department 911
Review what to do in case of a Chemical Safety Emergency.
Chemical Safety Manual and Regulations
The Chemical Safety Manual describes elements of UNO's Chemical Safety Program and represents several decades of intramural experience.
EHS has compiled information to assist with the identification, definitions and regulations related to the handling of hazardous materials.
View Section A-1 to learn about hazardous materials and human health.
View Section A-2 to learn about hazardous materials regulations.
View Section A-3 to learn about identifying hazardous materials.
UNO Program Elements
Section B-1: UNO Environmental Health and Safety Organization
Section B-2: UNO Hazardous Waste Classification and Storage
Section B-3: UNO Training Programs
Section B-4: UNO Waste Minimization Plan
Section B-5: UNO Waste Requiring Special Processing
Section B-6: UNO Environmental Audits
Section B-7: UNO Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning
Section B-8: UNO Non-Waste Chemical Storage
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