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EHS Radiation and Lab Safety Training
Hazardous Waste Guidelines
Lab Coat Cleaning
Students and Visitors in Labs


EHS (ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING)

Princeton University is committed to providing a safe laboratory environment for its faculty, staff, students and visitors. The goal of the University Laboratory Safety Program is to minimize the risk of injury or illness to laboratory workers by ensuring that they have the training, information, support and equipment needed to work safely in the laboratory. Lab Safety Training Info

Contact: Robin Izzo to set up training
Radiation Safety Training

RAD BADGES
University Contact: Sue Dupre

HAZARDOUS WASTE GUIDELINES

Every laboratory has a book entitled "Emergency Response Guidelines". These books are generally located at the entrance to the lab hanging on the wall with velcro. Labels for Hazardous Waste should be in located in a pocketed poster also found on the wall. Please use these labels to identify hazardous materials and bring them to Lewis Thomas Laboratory Room 035 every third Wednesday of the month. Please refer to website for more details. If you need any additional guideline books or posters please see Facilities Manager or contact EHS.

LAB COAT CLEANING

Clean Rental Services, Inc.
4352 N. American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

(215) 329-8000
Fax # 215-329-4670

STUDENTS AND VISITORS IN LABS

Laboratory Safety Training

All individuals working in Princeton University laboratories, paid or unpaid, including faculty, staff, students and visitors, must attend Laboratory Safety Training provide by EHS. To schedule training, visit the Employee Learning Center Calendar and sign-up for a course titled "Laboratory Safety Training."

All High School Students need to fill out the permission forms below and must complete training before entering any Princeton Laboratories.

Parental Consent Consent Form
Teen Proposal Teen Proposal

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