If you are working with animals, hazardous materials, or in a wet lab, you may be required to complete training specific to these areas.
Animal researchers must attend training and a lecture from Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee as well as the Wet Lab on Animal Care and Use.
Individuals who intended to handle biohazardous materials are required to take a Biosafety and Blood Borne Pathogen training and exam courtesy of ISMMS PEAK.
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Lab safety is critical. We offer a variety of types of training to help you protect human and animal subjects.
- If you are working in a biological or chemical laboratory, you need to take the New Hire Laboratory Safety Training right away.
- If you are in a biological or chemical laboratory, you must complete Online Chemical Hygiene Plan Training as well as a refresher every two years (OSHA Required 29 CFR 1910.1450).
- If you are new to laboratory work, you need to take Lab Specific Training.
- If you transfer to a different lab, you must take orientation again, covering any applicable changes (such as egress routes and locations of emergency equipment).