Laboratory Sign Order Form

Order Signs

Lab Location
NFPA 704 diamond hazard severities

This gives the NFPA 704 diamond hazard severities. Each value should be the largest NFPA value of that hazard which is present in the lab. For example, if you had two chemicals with health 1, flammability 0, and reactivity 2, and a second with health 0, flammability 3, and reactivity 3 you should choose health 1, flammability 3, and reactivity 3.

Health
Flammability
Reactivity
Hazards List
This is a list of all the hazards present in the room; click the hazard sign to select. If there are more specific hazards below the symbol, check all the ones which apply (but at least one, if you select the hazard). In this case you can just check the appropriate hazards and the symbol should be selected automatically.
Hazards Present
GHS Environmental Toxicity
toxicity
GHS Harmful
Harmful
GHS Flame
GHS Corrosive
GHS Explosive
GHS Toxic
GHS Gas Cylinder
GHS Health
GHS Oxidizer
Biohazard
Radiation Hazard
High Voltage Hazard
UV Light Hazard
Laser Hazard
Thermal Hazard/Hot Surface
Cryogenic Liquid
Regulated Chemical
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

This gives the minimum PPE needed to enter the room.

Required minimum PPE
Emergency contacts
Primary Investigator
  • Please use format 123-456-7890
  • Plesse use mobile or evening number
  • please do not use campus numbers (216-368-xxxx or 216-884-xxxx)
Alternate1
  • Please use format 123-456-7890
  • Plesse use mobile or evening number
  • please do not use campus numbers (216-368-xxxx or 216-884-xxxx)
Alternate2
  • Please use format 123-456-7890
  • Plesse use mobile or evening number
  • please do not use campus numbers (216-368-xxxx or 216-884-xxxx)
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