The Pre-Entry Assessment Team (PEAT) is the UW's first responder disaster team that consists of members of EH&S and UW Tacoma Safety and Security.
Inside the lab, lab specific information can be listed on the front page of the EH&S flipchart. Download a blank front page below to be posted after your contact information is filled in. Complete flipcharts are available through EH&S. Contact Tracy Harvey at (206) 616-3778.
This newsletter is sent out to PI's and lab managers by EH&S to keep our community informed of the Initiative’s progress and announce new developments and resources. You can find a copy of the latest issue below.
If you work with biological toxins, you need to have a toxin-specific SOP in place for each toxin used. Use this template to create your SOP. Then provide training to any personnel handling toxins and use the training template to document. Also review our Biological Toxin Safe Work Practices and incorporate this information into your lab's SOP.
If you work with diphtheria toxin, you need to have a specific SOP. Use this template to create your SOP. Then provide training to any personnel handling diphtheria toxin and use the training template to document. Also review our Biological Toxin Safe Work Practices and incorporate this information into your lab's SOP.
The Guidelines for Safety During Nanoparticle Research are based on the best practices currently recommended by leading government and university nanomaterial research centers. This document is meant to supplement a laboratory’s Chemical Hygiene Plan and information in the UW Laboratory Safety Manual for laboratories that work with nanomaterials.
This sheet describes commonly used viral vectors and the associated replication competent virus (RCV) testing protocol if applicable.