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Department of Chemistry & Physics Right To Know / Safety

The Right to Know (RTK) program ensures compliance with the State of Georgia Public Employees Hazardous Chemical Protection and Right to Know Act of 1988.

The Right to Know Coordinator for the Armstrong State University Department of Chemistry and Physics is:

University System of Georgia Right to Know Training

Safety Data Sheets (SDS) - The following links will give you access to SDS for all chemicals in our inventory.

Right to Know Links

Armstrong Department of Chemistry and Physics Safety Program

Chemical Hygiene Plan (Feb. 2017)

Chemial Inventory Policy (Feb 2017)

Other related Department policies may be found on the Faculty Resource page under the Department of Chemistry and Physics