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Right To Know Program & Hazard Communication


Georgia College and State University's Hazardous Communication and Right To Know Program ensures compliance with the Georgia Public Employee Hazardous Chemical Protection & Right-To-Know Act of 1988, the Public Employee Hazardous Chemical Protection & Right-To-Know Rules, and the "Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA).  Georgia College's Hazardous Communication and Right To Know Program is managed by Georgia College's Coordinator of Environmental Health & Occupational Safety.

Georgia College’s Hazardous Chemical Communication Protection (Right To Know) Plan is available to all employees under Georgia College’s Policies, Procedures, and Practices. 

 

Services Provided

  • Basic Right To Know training provided to all employees and chemical-specific right to know training provided to employees who work with hazardous materials in the normal course of their employment; (for online training see  http://www.usg.edu/facilities/training)     
  • Maintenance and distribution of material safety data sheets (MSDS);
  • Consultation on the hazards associated with chemicals in Georgia College work areas and in the selection of personal protective equipment;
  • Assembling and maintenance of the hazardous chemical list for all Georgia College facilities in June and January of each year;
  • Liaison with the Board of Regents and the Department of Labor regarding hazardous chemical issues and right to know issues.

 

Should you have any specific questions concerning the Right To Know Program or would like to request a written copy of the Plan itself, please contact; 

 

Shea Groebner
Coordinator of Environmental Health & Safety
Campus Box 88
Wooten Garner House
(478)445-2043 – office
(478)445-4404 – fax
(478)363-6092 – cell
shea.groebner@gcsu.edu

 

 

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