Lab Safety

The laboratory is a workplace that contains many potential hazards which may include chemical, biological and physical agents.  The Laboratory Safety Program is intended to assist the University in minimizing risks associated with activities in the laboratory.

Biosafety

The Biosafety Program provides a number of services to assist teaching and research labs that use biological materials.

Chemical Safety

EHS provides assistance with all aspects of lab safety. The aim is to ensure chemicals are used and handled properly to prevent injury, illness, disease, fire, explosions or property damage.

Radiation Safety

The Radiation Protection Program describes the permitting, procedural and training requirements which apply to the use of radioisotopes, X-ray devices and lasers at the University.

Hazardous Waste

Information about hazardous waste management and proper disposal of chemical, biological and radioactive waste.

Radiation Safety

The Radiation Protection Program describes the permitting, procedural and training requirements which apply to the use of radioisotopes, X-ray devices and lasers at the University.