Employee laboratory personnel who work with hazardous chemicals will be provided the opportunity to receive medical attention/consultation when:

  • Symptoms or signs of exposure to a hazardous chemical develop.
  • Exposure monitoring reveals an overexposure.
  • A spill, leak, explosion, or other occurrence results in a hazardous exposure (potential overexposure).
  • A regulatory standard triggers medical surveillance. Refer to Medical Surveillance for more information on these requirements.