- The Go-Kit is designed to contain information the BET needs to provide to emergency responders.
- The Go-Kit should not be necessary for minor spills remediated by the OSRT.
3.1.1 Location of the Go-Kit
- The location of the Go-Kit should be recorded in the space provided on page three.
- The location of the Go-Kit should be known to all BET members.
- Ideally there should be two kits. One Go-Kit should be placed in a Knox Box located at an entrance to the building. The second Go-Kit should remain with the BET leader or in a common area known to BET members. Both the BET and Public Safety should have a key to the Knox Box and know of its location.
- Many of the items listed in the Go-Kit are duplicated in the emergency preparedness plan. This is intentional so that information is more readily available for the BET. The Go-Kit list is not all inclusive. Each BET should decide if additional items are needed.
3.1.2 Go Kit Contents
Items for the Go-Kit should be gathered together into an accordion folder or similar storage container, and placed where they will be readily available in case of an emergency.
- Building Emergency Preparedness Plan.
- Building floor plans including depiction of locations of significant quantities of hazardous materials. (See sections 3.4 and 3.5 for appropriate building plans.)
- Set of building door keys.
- Departmental contact list:
- Building Emergency Team (BET).
- List of PI’s for each lab including a non-work phone number.
- List of contacts for each lab (if other than PI).
- List for all labs organized by room number, including PI in charge.
- Non-departmental emergency contact list: (See Section 3.3).
- FM contact, both the main number and the area manager number.
- ITS contact number.
- Public safety.
- University Public Relations.
- Keys for non-departmental areas.
- User name and password for EHS Assistant.
- Building personnel list (See Section 3.2.)
- Hard copies of chemical inventories for building areas not included in EHS Assistant, update bi-annually.