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Forms for Environmental Health & Safety
Most of the forms below are PDF files. If you encounter any problems viewing PDFs on your computer, you may need to install the free Adobe Reader software.
PLEASE NOTE: The “Application For Age 26 Young Adult Coverage” form is no longer required by the UFT Welfare Fund. Members wishing to add a dependent under age 26 to their Welfare Fund coverage at no cost should use the Welfare Fund’s online Update Your Information (Change of Status) form.
Use the forms in this package to report occupational exposure incidents. Exposure incident means a specific eye, mouth, other mucous membrane, non-intact skin or parenteral contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials that results from the performance of an employee’s duties. Parenteral means piercing mucous membranes or the skin barrier through such events as needlesticks, human bites, cuts, and abrasions.
Form and instructions from the DOE Science Safety Manual.
This form for Lab Specialists is taken from the DOE Science Safety Manual.
If there is equipment in your school that is unrepairable, not cost-effective to repair, educationally inappropriate, or a safety hazard, complete this form to have the equipment removed.
Especially for Lab Specialists. Use Page 1 to document the presence of mercury in a science room.
Use this form to document a hazardous chemical exposure incident in your school. Parts I, II, and III of the form are included.
The UFT Health & Safety Committee offers workshops to paraprofessionals on health and safety issues on staff development days, clerical half-days, union meetings, etc. If you would like to have one of these workshops offered to your chapter, please fill out this form.