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Good Practices For Managing A Safe Chemical Laboratory Part 4: Records, Documents And Regulations

INTRODUCTION Even very small labs are required to keep records.  Records are subject to audit and inspection by Federal, State and U.S. Territories regulatory authorities such as OSHA, EPA, DEA and local authorities such as the Fire Marshall. Records aid in an investigation when something goes wrong and can help identify potential problems.   These records include details about persons working in the lab, laboratory activity, lab waste generation and storage, floor plans, facility requirements, engineering controls, chemical inventories, DEA-controlled substances used in experimental...

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