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Hazardous Material Release
Hazardous material releases can include chemical, biological, or radioactive materials.
Individuals who discover a hazardous material release shall take the following steps:
- If possible, isolate the spill. In a laboratory, this can be done by closing the door to the laboratory.
- If life-threatening or serious injuries are involved, activate the manual fire alarm pull station and contact University Police at 711 or 410-706-3333.
- If the release is not life-threatening, evacuate to a safe area and contact University Police at 711 or 410-706-3333.
- If you can do so safely, note what was released, its location, and the amount released.