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Lessons Learned: Shelf Unit Incident

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What happened? A maintenance worker was restocking a shelf when they climbed onto the shelf to place items on the top. The shelving was not properly secured and fell forward onto the employee, injuring them. Rather than seeking needed medical attention the employee tried to clean up the mess. What went right: • EHS was informed of incident in a timely manner • Concerted effort to fix similar issues across campus post incident

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Lessons Learned Regarding Acid Spill on Campus

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Lessons Learned: Hydrochloric Acid Spill A graduate student researcher, working after hours, was moving a new 4-L bottle of concentrated hydrochloric acid from the fume hood cabinet to the fume hood. The bottle slipped from their grasp and shattered, spreading acid and broken glass across the floor...

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Last Updated: 6/17/20