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  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Hi Kate, Its a good question.  What we have done is try to get at least one eyewash station (drench hose variety) installed inside of the custodial closets where chemical mixing occurs.  It would be cost prohibitive to install one into each custodial ...

  • RE: Agenda/Minutes

    Here is the Agenda for all COP members call in. See date, time and   online meeting room  link in the Lab safety COP Community Information page. Updates on 2019 national conference prep Volunteer at the Table at the new comers reception (Sunday ...

  • RE: IBC and IACUC

    Our IBC reviews projects involving rDNA/synthetic nucleic acids and BSL-3 projects. Our biosafety office will review projects that involve the use of primary human cells/tissues, unmodified organisms, and acute toxins. Our IACUC decided that they would ...

  • RE: IBC and IACUC

    We have a biohazard form as part of the IACUC process. If IBC approval is need additional forms must be completed and submitted to the IBC. All of the approval is done through the EHS Biosafety group. Mary Beth Koza, MBA Executive ...

  • RE: IBC and IACUC

    Our IBC doesn't review all animal protocols, but does review most. Our IBC is set up to review work that utilizes: rDNA/synthetic nucleic acids all cell lines and tissues (both animal and human) microorganisms That covers about 90% of ...

  • IBC and IACUC

    What is everyone's thoughts on this statement from the BMBL: "Prior to beginning a study animal protocols must also be reviewed and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and the Institutional Biosafety Committee." Who all ...

  • Good afternoon, We are reviewing  our security and after hours work procedures for our science building. I have been asked to reach out to peer institutions to determine what their procedures are and how they enforce them?  Do you keep all labs and ...