Ship Research (Hazardous Materials)

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  1. Dry Ice Training

    For Initial Requests Researchers and staff who need to perform frequent shipping (at least quarterly) can receive training on how to ship non-hazardous materials with dry ice. You can complete training by logging into the UC Learning Center and following ...

  2. Packaging Materials

    Materials can be found in most shipping and receiving areas or mail and stock rooms. You can also contact EH&S for advice on specific packaging material needs. Outer packaging must meet the specifications for the packaged material. Boxes should be int ...

  3. Shipping Radiological Materials and/or Radiation Producing Machines

    Radioactive materials, radiation producing machines, X-ray medical & diagnostic equipment, and lasers shipping is regulated by the UC Berkeley Radiation Safety Officer. Shipping Radioactive Materials No one on campus is authorized to ship Radioactive ...

  4. Shipping Sites on Campus

    Barker Hall Basement Loading/shipping area FedEx Pickup time: 1:30 pm 510-642-1095 Life Science Addition (LSA) 1st Floor, South Side Loading/shipping area FedEx Pickup time: 2:30 pm 510-643-8998 Stanley Hall 1st Floor, North Side Loading/shipping area Fed ...

  5. Shipping Batteries and Equipment

    EH&S needs to review the following type of equipment or materials prior to shipping: Equipment that stores, generates or produces energy (lasers, electricity, steam, radiography, magnetism). Lithium Metal and Lithium Ion batteries and cells. Magnetic ...

  6. Shipping to Field Stations

    Field station researchers who must transport materials between sites, personnel and/or the University, must coordinate with EH&S in advance to ensure your material is not regulated as a hazardous material or dangerous good.   Regulated materials that ...

  7. Intellectual Property and Industry Research Alliances (IPIRA)

    Before material can be transferred to, used by, or shared with an entity outside of UC Berkeley, a Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) must be in place. This ensures that subsequent use, care, and further distribution is regulated and also protects the righ ...

  8. Shipping Biological or Medical Materials/Equipment

    Biological substances or medical materials shipping is regulated by domestic and international agencies. In order to comply with all applicable regulations, all  biological material shipments from campus must be reviewed, authorized and managed by EH& ...

  9. Safety Data Sheet Requirements

    When submitting a request for shipment of most chemicals, you are required to include a safety data sheet (SDS). If the chemical has been synthesized, created, or is a novel mixture created here on campus, fill out the OSHA Form 174 and return to EH&S ...

  10. Toxic Substances Control Act Certification

    Researchers importing chemicals, typically from other research institutions or suppliers outside the US, are often asked by the shipping company to complete a Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) certification form to have materials released by US Customs. ...

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