The Chemical Safety staff provides a variety of services to the UNM academic and research community. These services include, but are not limited to; hazardous chemical waste management advice, spill response assistance, hazardous materials transportation guidance, waste minimization advice, polychlorinated biphenyls disposal advice, hazard communication guidance, chemical purchasing and storage advice, homeland security chemicals-of-interest guidance, cryogenic liquid safety training, and chemical safety officer training.
Chemical Safety covers the procurement, use and storage of chemicals, and then the collection, transportation, treatment and/or the disposal of wastes. These functions must be conducted in accordance with strict OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), NMED (New Mexico State Environment Department), and DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations.
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UNM Interactive Chemical Inventory Database (ICID)