Drop off extra lab coats Lab Coat Drop-off: Pack lab coat(s) in a bag or box and seal it. Bring the lab coat(s) to the Hazardous Materials Facility Monday-Friday, 6am-2:30pm. Hand the bag or box to a staff member. If you cannot gain entrance to the building, ring the doorbell outside the large sliding gate...
A JSA describes job tasks in step-by-step fashion, identifies associated hazards at each step, and outlines proper hazard controls that minimize the risk of injury or illness to the individual(s) performing that task.
UC Berkeley’s Controlled Substances (CS) program outlines required procedures pertaining to the procurement, use, storage, inventory, and disposal of controlled substances to comply with Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) regulations. These procedures apply to all research and teaching activities using controlled substances.
Ensuring the safe use of lasers, laser systems, and non-ionizing radiation sources. How Do I: collapse allexpand all Get authorized to use a laser? Please go to the UC Learning Center and enroll in the course titled...
Providing support, in the form of risk assessment, review, consultation and training, for research at UC Berkeley that involves the use of recombinant DNA, biohazardous materials and biological toxins.
What are some lab coat storage options when space is an issue?
Space is tight for most labs on campus and the recent acquisition of multiple lab coats for every lab member is underscoring the issue. Clean lab coats can be folded and put away in a drawer until needed (remember to label the drawer for easy retrieval). Here are some storage options: