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The Hazard Awareness & Management Manual (HAMM) is published by EH&S and distributed to work areas throughout the Fred Hutch and SCCA. This Manual contains official policy for employee health and safety, and for the handling and disposal of hazardous materials.

Alphabetical Index

A       B       C       D       E       F       G       H       I       J       K       L       M       N       O       P       Q       R       S        T       U       V       W       X       Y       Z

A

Absorbing Aqueous Liquid Radioactive Waste: Hazardous Waste VI
Accident/Illness Reporting I, 3.0–3.1
Accident/Illness Reporting: Ergonomics VIII
Acid/Base Neutralization: Hazardous Waste VI, 2.0
Acids: Special Instructions and Information III
Acrylamide: Special Instructions and Information III, 12.11.2
Administrative Controls: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 3.3
Aerosols: Biosafety Procedures V
Allergens: Special Instructions and Information III
Annual Limits On Intake (ALIs): Radiation Safety IV, 11.1
Appropriate Survey Instrumentation By Radionuclide IV
Approval Process For RMUA Amendments and Renewals IV

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B

Bases: Special Instructions and Information III
Biohazard Safety Committee (BSC): Biohazard Safety Responsibilities V
Biohazardous Waste VI
Biological Radioactive Waste (Animal Carcasses) VI, 7.4
Biological Safety Cabinets V
Biological Safety Officer (BSO): Biohazard Safety Responsibilities V
Biosafety Level 1 (BL1) V
Biosafety Level 2 (BL2) V
Biosafety Level 3 (BL3) V
Biosafety Level 4 (BL4) V
Biosafety Levels V
Biosafety Procedures V
Blood And Body Fluids V
Blood And Body Fluids: Shipping And Transporting Biohazardous Material VII
Bloodborne Pathogens Training V, 7.3.9

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C

Carcinogens: Special Instructions and Information III
Certification: Biological Safety Cabinets V
Chemical Carcinogen Memorandum Of Understanding And Agreement (CMUA) III
Chemical Container Labels II, 4.1
Chemical Fumehoods III
Chemical Hygiene Forms III, 12.8
Chemical Index III, 14.0
Chemical Safety Practices And Procedures III
Chemical Safety Training Requirements III
Chemical Storage Group Definitions III
Chemical Storage Plan Variations For Different Lab Facilities III
CMUA Application III
CMUA Approval Criteria III
Compressed Gases: Special Instructions and Information III
Containers Exempt From Labeling Requirements II, 4.3
Contamination Action Levels IV
Contractors: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 5.0
Corrosives: Special Instructions and Information III
Cytotoxic Agents: Special Instructions and Information III

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D

Dangerously Toxic Chemicals: Special Instructions and Information III
Deactivation: Hazardous Waste VI
Disinfecting And Disposing Of Biohazardous Liquids Within The Lab VI, 8.4
Disinfection And Sterilization: Biosafety Procedures V
Dry, Solid Radioactive Wastes (Paper, Plastic, Glass, Metal, Wood) VI, 7.2

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E

Early Intervention: Ergonomics VIII
Earthquakes I
EH&S Collection: Hazardous Waste VI
EH&S Guide I, 5.3
EH&S: Requirements And Responsibilities III
Electron Microscopes: Radiation Safety IV
Emergency Equipment III, 7.0
Emergency Guide I, 5.3
Emergency Shower: Laboratory Emergency Equipment III
Emergency Showers And Eyewashes III, 7.0
Employee Exposure And Medical Monitoring III
Employee Responsibilities: Ergonomics VIII
Employee Training: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 1.0
EMUA Amendment V
EMUA Approval Criteria V
Engineering Controls: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 3.2
Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Department: Biohazard Safety Responsibilities V
Environmental Health & Safety Department (EH&S) Responsibilities: Ergonomics VIII, 2.3
Ergonomic Laboratory Equipment Guidelines VIII
Ergonomic Program Elements VIII
Ergonomics For Supervisors VIII, 2.1
Exemptions (From NIH Guidelines): Biosafety Levels V
Exposure Control Plan: Blood And Body Fluids V
Eye Protection: Personal Protective Clothing III
Eyewash: Laboratory Emergency Equipment III

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F

Fire Alarm Equipment I, 6.6
Fire Extinguisher: Laboratory Emergency Equipment III, 7.0
Fire Extinguishers I
Fire Pull Stations I, 6.6
First Aid Kit: Laboratory Emergency Equipment III
Flammable Liquids: Special Instructions and Information III
Fumehoods III
Furniture/Equipment Set-Up And Purchasing Guidelines: Ergonomics VIII

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G

Gas Chromatography Equipment: Radiation Safety IV, 14.7
General Biosafety Procedures V
General Rules And Principles Of Safe Chemical Storage III
Glossary: Ergonomics VIII
Glossary: Radiation Safety IV, 17.0
Glove Usage During Lab Work, 6.1
Gloves: Personal Protective Clothing III, 6.1

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H

Handling Procedures Required For Known and Suspect Carcinogens - Table III
Handling Procedure #1 - For Suspect Carcinogens III
Handling Procedure #2 - For Select Carcinogens III
Handling Procedure #3 - For Working With Select Carcinogens In Experimental Animals III
Handling Procedure #4 - For WISHA-Regulated Carcinogens III
Handling Procedures Required For Known and Suspect Carcinogens III
Hazard Class Definitions III, 12.0
Hazardous Materials Transportation VII
Hazard Minimization: Chemical Safety Practices and Procedures III
Highly Toxic Chemicals: Special Instructions and Information III
How Radiation Exposures Are Received And Measured IV
How To Prepare To Work With Hazardous Chemicals III

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I

Importing Biological Material: Biohazard Safety VII, 2.4
International Shipments: Shipping And Transporting Biohazardous Material VII, 2.5
Iodination Techniques: Radiation Safety IV

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J

Joint Use Hot Labs: Radiation Safety IV

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K

Keyboard Shelf: Furniture/Equipment Set-Up, Ergonomics VIII, 4.1.4

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L

Lab Closout and Decomissioning Survey IV
Lab Coats: Personal Protective Clothing III
Lab Employee Responsibilities III, 2.3
Lab Employees: Requirements And Responsibilities II
Lab Safety Coordinator (LSC): Requirements And Responsibilities III, 2.2
Labeling Biohazardous Waste For Autoclaving Or Incineration VI, 8.5.1
Labeling Radioactive Areas And Items IV
Labels And Labeling Practices For Chemicals III
Laboratory Emergency Equipment III
Laboratory Staff: Biohazard Safety Responsibilities V
Laboratory Surveys: Radiation Safety IV, 12.0
Lead Waste: Hazardous Waste VI, 7.2.3
Liquid Nitrogen: Special Instructions and Information III
Liquid Scintillation Fluid: Hazardous Waste VI, 10.3.3

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M

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) III
Material Safety Data Sheets II, 2.0
Meanings Of Warning Signs: Radiation Safety IV
Medical Emergencies I
Medical Monitoring III, 11.0
Memorandum Of Understanding And Agreement - Etiologic Agents And/Or Recombinant DNA Experiments (EMUA) V
Memorandum Of Understanding And Agreement (MUA) III
Mercury: Special Instructions and Information III, 12.14
Methods Of Protection: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 3.0
Minimization: Hazardous Waste VI
Mixed Hazardous Chemical Biohazardous Waste VI
Mixed Hazardous Waste VI
Mixed Radioactive Biohazardous Waste VI
Mixed Radioactive Hazardous Chemical Waste VI

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N

New Employee Orientation I, 1.0
New Employee Training: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II
New Employees: Biohazard Safety Responsibilities V
New Hazards Training: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 1.2
NIH Classification Of Etiologic Agents And Oncogenic Viruses On The Basis Of Hazard V, 3.6.2
Nitric Acid: Special Instructions and Information III, 13.0

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O

Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) I, 2.0
Occupational Toxicology III
Odor Threshold: Occupational Toxicology III
Off-Campus: Shipping And Transporting Radioactive Material VII, 2.8
Office Employee Responsibilities I
On-Campus: Shipping And Transporting Radioactive Material VII, 1.0
Opening Radioactive Material Packages In The Lab IV
Ordering Radioactive Materials IV
Other Sources Of Chemical Information III
Other: Chemical Safety Practices and Procedures III, 3.0
Overview Of The Chemical Storage Groups III
Oxidizers: Special Instructions and Information III

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P

Packaging Aqueous Liquid Radioactive Waste For EH&S Collection VI, 7.3.1
Packaging Dry, Solid Radioactive Wastes For EH&S Collection VI, 7.2.1
Perchloric Acid: Special Instructions and Information III
Permissible Exposure Limits: Occupational Toxicology III
Peroxide Formers And Storage Limits: Special Instructions and Information III
Peroxide Formers: Special Instructions and Information III
Personal Protective Clothing III
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) II, 3.2
Phenol: Special Instructions and Information III, 13.0
Picric Acid: Special Instructions and Information III, 13.0
Pipettes: Plastic Pipette Disposal VI, 8.6.1
Pipetting: Biosafety Procedures V
Plastic Pipette Disposal VI
Portable Detector Survey IV
Posted Dose Rates: Radiation Safety IV
Practical Disinfectants For Use In Biomedical Research: Biosafety Procedures V, 4.5
Preparing Biohazardous Waste For Autoclaving Or Disposal VI, 8.5
Preparing Hazardous Chemical Waste For EH&S Collection VI
Preparing New Chemical Container Labels II, 4.1
Policy On Declared Pregnancy: Radiation Safety IV
Prevention And Intervention Strategies: Ergonomics VIII, 1.2
Principal Investigator (PI): Biohazard Safety Responsibilities V
Principal Investigator (PI): Radiation Safety Responsibilities IV
Principal Investigator: Requirements And Responsibilities III
Procedures For Giving Radioactive Samples Or Materials To Shared Resources IV
Procedures For Receiving Radioactive Material At Shipping/Receiving IV
Procedures For Shipping And Transporting Biohazardous Material VIII, 3.0
Proper Chemical Storage III
Proper Workstation Set-Up: Ergonomics VIII, 4.1

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R

Radiation Exposure Monitoring And Evaluation IV
Radiation Safety Committee (RSC): Radiation Safety Responsibilities IV
Radiation Safety Officer (RSO): Radiation Safety Responsibilities IV
Radiation Safety Responsibilities IV
Radiation Safety Training Requirements IV
Radioactive Material Inventory Limit: RMUA IV
Radioactive Material Inventory Record IV
Radioactive Material Memorandum Of Understanding And Agreement (RMUA) IV
Radioactive Waste: Hazardous Waste VI
Reactives: Special Instructions and Information III
Recording Lab Surveys: Radiation Safety IV
Recordkeeping Procedures: Radiation Safety IV
Recordkeeping: Ergonomics VIII, 1.3.2
Reducing Injuries In The Laboratory: Ergonomics VIII
Reducing Injuries In The Office: Ergonomics VIII
References: Biohazard Safety V, 12.0
Reporting Procedures: Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) I, 3.1
Reporting Procedures: Ergonomics VIII
Reproductive & Developmental Toxins: Special Instructions and Information III
Requirements And Responsibilities: Chemical Safety III
Research Involving Animals: Biosafety Levels V
Respiratory Protection: Laboratory Emergency Equipment III
Responsibilities Of Biohazardous Waste Generators VI
Responsibilities: Biohazard Safety V
Responsibilities: Ergonomics VIII
RMUA Amendments IV
RMUA Application and Interim Approval IV
RMUA Renewals IV
Routes of Entry: Occupational Toxicology III

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S

Safe Handling Practices For Radioactive Material IV
Safety Committees: Requirements And Responsibilities I, 3.3.
Sealed Sources: Radiation Safety IV
Sewer Guidelines: Hazardous Waste VI
Sewer Limits: Hazardous Waste VI
Sewering Aqueous Radioactive Waste VI, 7.5
Sharps Waste: Hazardous Waste VI
Shipping And Transporting Radioactive Material IV
Signs And Symptoms: Ergonomics VIII
Solvents: Special Instructions and Information III
Sources Of Chemical Information III
Special Instructions And Information: Laboratory Chemicals III, 12.0
Special Instructions And Information: Radiation Safety IV, 15.0
Special Instructions For Peroxide-Forming Chemicals: Hazardous Waste VI, 4.6
Special Instructions For Residual Cytotoxic And Ribavirin Waste VI, 4.5
Spill In A Biological Safety Cabinet: Spill Response Procedures V, 6.3
Spill Of Biohazardous & Radioactive Material: Spill Response Procedures V, 6.5
Spill Response Procedures V, 6.0
Spills In The Laboratory: Spill Response Procedures III, 3.2.7
Statement Of Training And Experience: Radiation Safety Training Requirements IV, 1.2
Sulfuric Acid: Special Instructions and Information III
Survey Results IV
Supervisor and Manager Responsibilities: Ergonomics VIII
Syringes And Needles: Biosafety Procedures V

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T

Thyroid Bioassays: Radiation Safety IV
Toxicity: Occupational Toxicology III
Toxins: Special Instructions and Information III
Training And Education: Ergonomics VIII
Training For Non-Routine Tasks: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 1.3
Training Records: Chemical Hazard Communication Program II, 1.4
Transporting Hazardous Materials VII
Tritium 3H Bioassays: Radiation Safety IV, 11.5
Types Of Biohazardous Waste VI
Types Of Surveys: Radiation Safety IV, 12.0

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U

Universal Precautions V, 7.3
Unlabeled Chemical Containers II, 4.2
Use Of A Biological Safety Cabinet V
Use Of Radioactive Material In Animals: Radiation Safety IV

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W

What A New Radiation Lab Worker Should Do IV
Who Needs Basic Radiation Safety Training IV
Wipe Survey Procedures: Radiation Safety IV
Work Practices: Chemical Safety Practices and Procedures III
Worksite Exposure Monitoring III
Workstation Evaluation: Ergonomics VIII, 1.5
Workstation Set-Up: Ergonomics VIII, 4.0

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X

X-Ray-Producing Machines For Non-Patient Use: Radiation Safety IV
X-Ray-Producing Machines For Patient Use: Radiation Safety IV

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Y

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Z

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