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EHS Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory Safety: What Instructors Need to Know

Ensuring student safety in our teaching laboratories is a critical part of the Health and Safety program for the University community. In an effort to ensure that students are being provided with safety training in their lab courses, the Office of the Vice President for Research, Division of Environmental Health and Safety, and the Office of the Provost launched an initiative to establish a University-wide system for documenting safety training.

Click here for how to conduct, document, and submit.

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