1.18-4 Employee Right-to-Know Act Training
- Georgia’s “Public Employee Hazardous Chemical Protection and Right-To-Know Act of 1988” requires that public employees be informed about the effects of chemicals to which they may be exposed in their work places.
- All employees must receive basic hazards training. All newly hired employees will be required to attend the basic hazard training as part of New Employee Orientation.
- Those UGA employees who are exposed to hazardous chemicals during the normal course of their employment must be provided with additional training called chemical-specific right to know training.
- Deans and directors shall ensure that all necessary hazardous chemical documentation, personal protective equipment, and all appropriate right-to-know training is provided for all their employees.
- Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration (previously VP for Business and Finance), October 16, 1989, July 14, 2005
- Right to Know Website, Environmental Safety Division
- Hazardous Chemical Protection Communication (Right to Know) Plan, Revised September 2000