2. Fume hoods are located in the path of emergency exits.
3. Fume hoods are located next to active doorways.
4. All flammable substances are transferred between containers in a fume hood.
5. Acids and flammable materials are stored in proper cabinets, not in the fume hood.
6. Open chemicals are not stored above eye level.
7. All electrical equipment is plugged into secured outlets and not extension cords.
8. Pipes, tubes, or cords don't lay across floors or are otherwise located where workers can't trip.
9. Fume hoods and other exhaust devices are tested regularly and are known to be operating as designed.
10. Equipment and glassware not in use or routinely used are not stored on work surfaces.
11. Broken glass and biowaste are disposed of in special containers for broken glass and biowaste, not in general waste cans.
12. Flammable storage cabinet doors are kept closed and latched except when containers are being removed or replaced.
13. Emergency eyewashes are tested weekly for one minute.