Ames Procedural Requirements (APR) 8715.1

Ames Safety and Health Manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Chapter 1Ames Safety and Health Policy
Chapter 2Safety and Health Responsibility
Chapter 3Health Unit
Chapter 4Mishap Reporting and Investigating
Chapter 5Smoking Policy
Chapter 6Working Alone
Chapter 8Laser and Microwave Safety
Chapter 11Electrical Safety
Chapter 13Chemical Hygiene Program
Chapter 14Shop Safety
Chapter 15Cryogenic Safety
Chapter 17Lifting Devices and Equipment
Chapter 18Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment
Chapter 20Fire Protection
Chapter 22Public Safety
Chapter 24Chemical Hazard Communication Plan
Chapter 26Confined-Space Entry Program
Chapter 27Construction Safety Management
Chapter 28Respiratory Protection
Chapter 29Hearing Conservation Program
Chapter 30Asbestos Management Plan
Chapter 31Lockout/Tagout
Chapter 32Bloodborne Pathogens
Chapter 33Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Hazard Assessment and Selection
Chapter 35Lead Management Plan
Chapter 36Ames Ergonomics Program
Chapter 37Indoor Air Quality
Chapter 38OSHA Regulated Carcinogen Control ProgramREDACTED
Chapter 40Fall Protection Program
Chapter 41Animals in the Workplace Policy
Chapter 42Safety Lanes, Barricades, Hazard Labeling, and Posting
Chapter 43Office Safety
Chapter 44Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
Chapter 45Food Sanitation
Chapter 46Automatic External Defibrillation Program
Chapter 49Laboratory Decommissioning Guidelines
Chapter 50Nanomaterials Safety & Health Guideline for Carbon-based Nanomaterials
Chapter 51Extreme Environmental Review Board
Chapter 52Biosafety
Chapter 53Student Safety Procedures
Chapter 54Reproductive and Developmental Health Program
Chapter 55Critical Incident Stress Management Plan (CISM)
Chapter 57Facility System Safety Management Plan
Chapter 58Alarm Systems for Detection of Hazardous Atmospheres in Facilities