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    For us it would depend on a couple of different factors, but generally no. If you pull the evacuation alarm it will shut down the air handling equipment which may exacerbate the issue. Some of the factors that we consider would be: Lab or common ...

  • What are your safety policies and procedures for spaces using 3D stereolithographic printers?  What type of ventilation do you use to control VOCs and ultrafine particles?  Thank you. Katharyne Tedford ------------------------------ Katharyne Tedford ...

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  • Hello all!             We have a researcher who wants to do the following chemical hazards work with Zebrafish. All (except MS-222/Edu) will be administered singly: 4-hydroxytamoxifen administered through immersion once 5-ethynyl-2'-deoxyuridine ...

  • RSO position

    Mississippi State University is looking for a new RSO. Link to job application is below if you know anyone who might be interested. Michael http://explore.msujobs.msstate.edu/cw/en-us/job/498041/radiation-safety-officer ------------------------------ ...

  • David, A similar scenario happened to us a few years ago. I contacted our state's department of health radiation division and they had a process to help with disposal. I suggest you contact the analogous department in your state and ask for assistance. ...

  • Hello, San anyone recommend a wall mounted monitor for detecting ethane gas? I'm not sure if a monitor that detects methane would also detect ethane. Manufacturers' descriptions seem gas specific. Thanks for your help! Penny ------------------------------ ...

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  • Hi David. Are the Thorite and Uraninite samples rocks or powders? If rocks I would expect them to be exempt or unregulated. If powders they may also be exempt. Also, limited quantities of uranium ore samples and refined uranium may be allowed under ...