Codes of Safe Practices are developed and written to provide the following in accordance with CAL-OSHA regulations:
- A list of potential physical and/or environmental hazards associated with a work activity or operation; and
- A list of specific instructions that identify various operating procedures, reference materials, and equipment required to avoid injuries and illnesses.
It is each department’s responsibility to evaluate department-specific hazards and develop additional Codes of Safe Practice as necessary for the specific hazards. The Department of Environmental Health and Safety is always available to assist departments in this effort. The following list includes general Codes of Safe Practice applicable to some job duties and tasks performed on campus and are available for use if appropriate.
- Code of Safe Practices: Bloodborne Pathogen Safety
- Code of Safe Practices: How to Clean Blood on a Hard Surface
- Code of Safe Practices: General Electrical Safety
- Code of Safe Practices: Control of Hazardous Energy Lock Out/Tag Out
- Code of Safe Practices: How to Clean an Incidental Spill of Hazardous Materials