Lab Managers & Safety Coordinators
Laboratory managers and Laboratory Safety Coordinators (LSCs) are typically selected by a lab’s principal investigator, and serve a critical role with regards to lab safety. In many cases, the LSC is also the lab manager, though not always. LSCs serve as delegates for the principal investigator for many safety programs and applications including Lab Hazard Assessment Tool (LHAT) and Inspect.
Information for Lab Managers or Safety Coordinators
Are you a new Laboratory Manager or Laboratory Safety Coordinator? Are you looking for answers on how to get started or who to talk to?
- If you are a new Laboratory manager or LSC, please review the Employee and Supervisor Responsibilities guidance and work with your lab's Principle Investigator (PI) to learn about your job duties and laboratory's standard operating procedures.
- Read over the following materials get some basics:
Note: It may take up to a day for roster changes on L@B to reflect on LHAT. Please contact email@example.com if any further issues arise.
- Bookmark these EH&S web pages to quickly find the information and forms you need in the future.
If you have questions about laboratory safety, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and give us your name, PI's name, and the department or institute you work in.
How Do I:
Contact EH&S at 510-642-3073 (off-hours 510-642-3333) to report an accident such as a workplace injury or hazardous material spill/exposure. If there is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
Make sure that any accidents or dangerous incidents are reported to your home unit.
EH&S must be notified immediately if any of the following occurs: worker fatality, inpatient hospitalization, loss of any body part (e.g., fingertip), or possible permanent disfigurement.
- When an Injury or Illness Occurs at Work (University Health Services)
Find out what trainings people need?
All employees are required to take Workplace Health and Safety Program training. Use this link to take the training at the UC Learning Center:
Training related to specific workplace, department and/or job tasks may also be required.
- You may visit the Required Safety and Compliance Training for Researchers website to determine what is generally required for job tasks.
- If you have additional questions about required trainings, please contact email@example.com.