Chemical Exposure - Right-to-know/Global Heromization System GHS
Michigan Right-to-Know laws are designed to provide information to all employees about chemicals used in their workplace. Every College employee is required to complete the College's Right-to-Know on-line training as part of their employment orientation.
Information regarding chemicals at the College is maintained by LCC Police. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) can be obtained by contacting at www.hazard.com/mds.
In case of exposure to a chemical substance:
- Remain calm. Get the chemical product flushed off immediately. Unless directed to do otherwise by the label directions, use large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes to flush the affected area.
- Contact LCC Police by dialing 911.
- Inform the dispatcher of your location, the chemical to which you were exposed, and whether you are having any physical reaction, such as burns or difficulty breathing.
Emergency Management and Safety Services
Gannon Bldg, Room 220
Phone: (517) 483-1572
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