Nurse

PICU

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

NICU

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Surgical Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Emergency Department

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

4S Med Surg

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

5S Med Surg

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Hematology Oncology

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Outpatient

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Patient Flow Supervisor

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Specialty Nurses

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

Specialty Nursing Includes But Is Not Limited To: Clinical Nurse Educators, Advanced Practice Nurses, Nursing Advancement, IV Therapy Nurses, Nursing Informatics

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Critical Care Transport

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Respiratory

PICU

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

NICU

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Surgical Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Emergency Department

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

4S Med Surg

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

5S Med Surg

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Hematology Oncology

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Outpatient

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Critical Care Transport

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Physician

PICU

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

NICU

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Emergency Department

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

General Pediatrics

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Hospitalists

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Surgical Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Anesthesiology

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Hematology Oncology

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

All Other Physicians

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

All Other Physicians Including But Not Limited To: Orthopedics, Diagnostic Referral, Pathology, Primary Care, Developmental Medicine, Genetics, Immunology, Behavioral Health, Endocrinology, Hematology/Oncology, Neurology, Nephrology, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Weight Management, Rehabilitation, Otolaryngology, Transition Team, Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Urology

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

The Logistics Center

Emergency Logistic Technician

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a spill is reported:

  • Obtain Name and Phone number of caller
  • Location
  • Victims
  • Type, size of spill and can it be contained
  • Close off area
  • Evacuate people out of the immediate area
  • Intercom Security Supervisor and provide information
  • Notify Environmental Services
  • Notify Safety Officer (Jason Klein-407-650-7815)
  • Notify PFS (57-2364)

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Security Command Center Dispatch

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

The Security Supervisor will be dispatched to the area of the reported spill

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called, Security Command Center Dispatch Will:

  • Obtain Name and Phone number of caller
  • Location
  • Victims
  • Type, size of spill and can it be contained
  • Close off area
  • Evacuate people out of the immediate area
  • Announce twice that there is a Code Orange on the Fire P. A. “Attention Please…Code Orange (location).”
  • Dispatch Intercom Security Supervisor and provide information
  • Call 911 Orlando Fire Dept. if necessary
  • Notify Environmental Services and Director of Campus Plans and Operations
  • Notify Safety Officer (Jason Klein-407-650-7815)
  • Notify PFC PFS(57-2364)
  • Assure all entrances to the spill area are secured
  • Control access and egress in the spill area
  • If an external HAZMAT team is required, direct the HAZMAT response team to the spill area

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Security

Security Supervisor

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

The Security Supervisor will be dispatched to the area of the reported spill

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called, Security Will:

  • Assure all entrances to the spill area are secured
  • Control access and egress in the spill area
  • If an external HAZMAT team is required, direct the HAZMAT response team to the spill area

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Administration

Incident Command Executives

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

The Administrator On Call will briefed if necessary in regards to a hazardous spill.

The Spill Response Coordinator or Incident Commander Will:

  • Assess the situation
  • Determine if external HAZMAT team is needed
  • If external HAZMAT team required, contact Logistics Center to place call
  • Determine if HVAC and air intake control, shutdown, or diversion is necessary
  • Assess impact on other utilities
  • Coordinate spill clean-up activities

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

All Other Associates

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

The Administrator On Call will briefed if necessary in regards to a hazardous spill.

The Spill Response Coordinator or Incident Commander Will:

  • Assess the situation and if necessary activate Incident Command
  • Determine if external HAZMAT team is needed
  • If external HAZMAT team required, contact Logistics Center to place call
  • Determine if HVAC and air intake control, shutdown, or diversion is necessary
  • Assess impact on other utilities
  • Coordinate spill clean-up activities

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Clerk

Clerk/Aides

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Social Work

Social Worker

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Rehab and Therapy Services

Rehab and Therapy Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Facilities

Facilities Engineering

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Clinical Lab

Clinical Lab

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Blood Bank

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Information Systems

Information Systems

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Radiology

X-Ray

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

MRI

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

CT

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Interventional

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Ultrasound

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Health Information Management

Health Information Management

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Human Resource

Human Resources

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Environmental Services

Environmental Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

  1. Immediate action:
    • Assess the type of spill and degree of hazard involved.
    • Notify all employees in the same area that a spill has occurred
    • Place wet floor signs around spill to avoid slips and falls
    • Secure the area to prevent the spread of infectious agents and to restrict access preventing the exposure of additional personnel
    • Determine the most effective and least hazardous approach to clean-up
    • Decontaminate the area
  2. Spill on Floor hard surfaces
    • Place wet floor signs around spill to avoid slips and falls
    • Use proper personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • Flood area with disinfectant solution. DO NOT LET MOP HEAD TOUCH CONTAMINATED SURFACE. Let stand for 10 minutes for disinfectant to neutralize spill.
    • Pick up spill using mop and bucket or wet vacuum
    • Leave wet floor signs out until floor is completely dry
    • Dispose of dirty water and clean mop bucket or wet vacuum
    • Change soiled mop head and place in plastic liner for the laundry
    • Remove all contaminated clothing. All contaminated material must be contained while in the restricted area
    • Dispose of contaminated material according to established procedure.
  3. Spill on carpeted surface
    • Place wet floor signs around spill to avoid slips and falls
    • Use proper personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • Flood area with disinfectant solution. DO NOT LET MOP HEAD TOUCH CONTAMINATED SURFACE. Let stand for 10 minutes for disinfectant to neutralize spill.
    • Pick up spill using wet vacuum
    • Leave wet floor signs out until floor is completely dry
    • Dispose of dirty water and clean wet vacuum
    • Remove all contaminated clothing. All contaminated material must be contained while in the restricted area
    • Dispose of contaminated material according to established procedure.

Response to Infectious Waste Spill:

  • Assess the damage and danger of the spill. Determine the type of spill, degree of hazard, most effective, and least hazardous approach to cleanup. Assure appropriate safety alarms have been activated
  • Limit access to the spill area. Notify associate , patients, and visitors as require.
  • Assemble and use the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Dike the spill to prevent spreading
  • Block access to the sewer to prevent the material from entering the sewer, if required by state or local regulation
  • Absorb liquids with the appropriate materials. Use the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to determine which material to use. Absorbent materials are bicarbonate of soda, vermiculite, beta chips, dried clay or sand
  • Transfer absorbed material into suitable container
  • Disinfect the area where the spill occurred
  • Remove the contaminated clothing while inside contaminated area and perform hand hygiene
  • Document the incident

Materials Management

Materials Management

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Volunteer Services

Volunteer Services

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Critical Care Transport

Critical Care Transport

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Child Life

Child Life

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

Marketing and Public Relations

Marketing and Public Relations

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.

All Other Associates

All Other Associates

FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE

If a FACILITY ALERT - SPILL RESPONSE is called:

  • Avoid the contaminated area until all clear
  • Direct patients, families, and visitors on how to avoid the area until all clear

If a spill is encountered:

  • Direct associates and visitors away from the chemical spill
  • Cover the spill and close doors leading to the spill area
  • Contact TLC at 57-5555 and ask for an emergency chemical spill clean up. Give specific location of spill and what was spilled if known.
  • Submit a Nemours Incident Report to Risk Management

Hazardous Chemical & Material Lists:

A department-specific chemical inventory list is posted in each department's fingertip guide or department binder

Many Associates work with or come into contact with chemical products in order to do our jobs. You have a right to know the hazards involved with these products and how to protect yourself. The best source of information is the Materials Safety Data Sheet or MSDS. The MSDS contain product, safety, hazard, first aid and other information. You can access MSDS information three ways:

  1. 3E’s online database accessible through the Nemours Intranet site
  2. By phone at (800)451-8346
  3. By contacting the Logistics Center in the event that computers are down or inaccessible.