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:
- Dr. Will Lynch, Science Center 2602, 912-344-3144
- All faculty and students who work in the department are required to participate in annual RTK training. Certificates of completion are located in the department office (Science Center 2602).
Safety Data Sheets (SDS) - The following links will give you access to SDS for all chemicals in our inventory.
Right to Know Links
- Board of Regents Environmental Health and Safety and Right to Know Program
- Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Center for Disease Control - Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry
- Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD)
- Georgia Department of Labor
- All students who work for the department or participate in undergraduate research in our department are required to complete annual safety training. The training consists of reviewing safety information and taking a knowledge assessment quiz. This information is to be on file in the department office and is valid for a period of one year. The pdf above gives access instructions via D2L on the Armstrong website
Other related Department policies may be found on the Faculty Resource page under the Department of Chemistry and Physics