The information provided in this guide is a resource for students, staff, and faculty working in Art Department facilities. Individuals are responsible for understanding and taking the necessary precautions to protect their health and the health of their peers.
Where hazardous chemicals are present, and the potential for splashing or spills exists, long sleeves, pants, closed-toe shoes, and a lab coat or apron should be worn. Also, when operating equipment, all hair shoulder length or longer or that obstructs your vision needs to be tied back, bracelets, long necklaces, chunky watches, and rings should be removed. Students must follow lab-specific safety guidelines.
Emergency Contact Information
- University Police: 315-312-5555
- Medical Emergencies: 315-312-5555
- Oswego Police: 911
Fire Safety Information
- Fire: 315-312-5555
- Determine the location of nearest fire exits, alarms, and extinguishers.
- In case of fire, do NOT use elevators, exit via stairways.