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To: All Faculty, Staff and Students
From: Yale Environmental Health and Safety
Summary: EHS Safety Bulletin March 2012 Issue
Date: 12-MAR-2012 02:26:00 PM Message ID: 76219

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Topics in the current issue include:

  • Important Safety Update: Ensure that safe and compliant practices are followed in your laboratory. Let EHS assist you in making safety an integral part of your laboratory safety culture.

  • Common Safety Hazards: Learn to look with new eyes for these common office safety hazards.

  • EHS Employee of the Year: EHS proudly honors Brian Mullins as our 2011 Employee of the Year.

  • Alerts and Recalls: Fuji recalls womens Cruiser' bicycle due to fall hazard.

  • Leaving PPE Behind: There are times and places when PPE should not be worn.

  • Red Cross Month: The American Red Cross helps prepare communities for emergencies and keeps people safe every day thanks to caring people who support their work.

  • Rules of the Road: Most vehicular deaths occur in the areas where the posted speed limit is 25-35 MPH.

  • Incident Report: A graduate student operating a transilluminator multiple times over a one hour period suffered skin reddening and temporary eye injury from UV exposure to the face and eyes.


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