The Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College is committed to providing a safe working environment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration along with other agencies (state and local) have instituted regulations pertaining to individuals’ right to know about chemical hazards they may be exposed to in the workplace. The intent of the regulation is to protect individuals from possible adverse effects of potentially hazardous chemicals with which they may come in contact. To ensure that individuals are able to make decisions about personal risks, the Right-to-Know Program was established to include policies, procedures, and responsibilities designed to develop an awareness of potentially hazardous materials in the work environment, and to train individuals in appropriate safe working practices. Students have access to pertinent information in the Library. Students are encouraged to contact their instructor or office of the Vice Dean of Finance and Administration when safety concerns arise.