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Policies & Procedures
This list is meant to provide quick access to EHS policies and procedures. The list is alphabetical, but you may filter results by your work role or EHS program.
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|Air Discharge Requirements||
Requirements for air emissions sources.
ALARA Program - 'As Low As Reasonably Achievable'
|Asbestos Management Program||
This program is designed to ensure that ACM is appropriately managed on-campus to meet federal and state regulatory requirements as well as to minimize potential health risks to the University community.
One of the most effective decontamination controls is steam sterilization through the use of an autoclave.
|Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Policy||
The purpose of this policy is to allow for safe maintenance and use of AEDs installed on campus. University Departments and other administrative units may acquire an AED with University approval.
|Ballast Guidance for Contractors||
PCB and non-PCB containing ballasts are regulated by Connecticut as CT Regulated Waste and MUST be disposed of by Environmental Health & Safety (EHS).
|BBP Spill Response Guidelines, Poster||
Procedures for dealing with some of the biological spills that may be encountered in a research laboratory.
|Bed Bug Protocol|
|Biological Safety BSL3 Laboratory Manual||
Practices and procedures for the safe handling of BSL3 biohazards.
|Biological Safety Manual||
Practices and procedures for the safe handling of known biohazards and potentially infectious materials.