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If you plan on working alone in the lab, please review the new guidelines on assessing individual risk and how to mitigate the hazards. PIs are responsible for ensuring that work conducted alone is approved before commencing. See the new guidelines here.
Guidelines on Working Alone in the Laboratory
In many laboratories, the sharing of laser safety goggles among research staff is a common practice. However, this practice can accelerate the spread of COVID-19. Another related issue that has arisen due to COVID-19 precautions is that laser safety goggles can become foggy when a face mask is worn. Environmental Health and Safety has made […]
below documents are intended for University of Toronto use only Alphabetical Listing A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Accident and Injury Reporting Animal SOP: Bites or Severe Scratches from Research Animals Asbestos Avian […]
The Chemical and Lab safety group assists professors, staff and students with all aspects of lab safety that are not related to biological or radiological issues. The group provides services in a diverse number of fields including chemical safety, nanomaterials, lab ventilation, compressed gases, liquefied gases, field safety, and others. Support is provided through […]