We’ve gathered and organized all of the university’s safety resource here, because science is consuming enough.
When and how often to get training, where to get training, what training is required for your work, and what training is available.
Links to helpful and engaging external resources to facilitate safety communication and to provide additional information.
Lab Safety Contacts
Resources for new Lab Safety Contacts (LSCs) transitioning into the role, along with resources that are commonly utilized by LSCs.
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Forms, procedures, and contacts for disposal of hazardous, potentially infectious, and radioactive waste plus container disposal.
FAQs for authorization and approval procedures, order submission, shipping, borrowing, and exposure monitoring for radioactive materials along with forms and contacts.
Chemical Storage & Transport
Forms, procedures, and contacts for transferring and shipping hazardous, radioactive, and hazardous biological materials
Guides, Procedures and contacts for our fire emergency plan, evacuation routes, types of detectors, when and when not to fight a fire, fire extinguishers, and sprinklers.
Forms, procedures, and contacts for altering laser systems, appropriate PPE and exposure limits, eyewear inspection, and training requirements.
Guides and contacts for conserving hearing, managing mechanical hazards, safeguarding requirements, and appropriate PPE.
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Have a specific question but don’t know who to contact? The people below can often field your questions!
What training do I need?
This is very specific to your lab, but in general everyone needs at least Lab 101 (in person 1st time). This course covers Chemical Hygiene and Fire Safety.
How do I appropriately complete laser training?
You need to take the online training course and you also need to fill out these forms! Most people forget that last part (:
Looking for Something More?
If you can’t find something that you’re looking for, let us know. We will either answer your question, direct you to someone who can, or find a way to implement a new program to solve your problem.