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Learn more about chemical safety, including how to transport and store chemicals, what to do in an emergency, important rules to follow and more.
Stay safe in our chemical labs by following the rules and the SMOU.
Anyone involved in the purchase, storage and disposal of chemicals - especially lab managers - should be familiar with the rules.
You must follow the regulations for transporting chemicals or risk personal prosecution.
Get answers to common questions about chemical safety at the University.
When potentially harmful or dangerous chemicals are spilled, work quickly to protect yourself and others.
This workshop will help you understand your legal obligations.
Search databases to find extra information about chemicals and chemical safety.
SciTrack is our inventory management and procurement tool for all chemicals, and most lab consumables, including hazardous and restricted materials.
Find out how you can report concerns and hazards at the University.
Stop, think, act! Learn more about what to do in an emergency situation.
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