The Department of Materials Science and NanoEngineering promotes safe laboratory environments that support the Universityâ€™s science and research mission. It is required that new personnel/students take a safety tour of the laboratory before entry. Any use of chemicals or machinery will be explained to you by the lead of the appropriate project. All new personnel/students should contact Gary Cisneros.
To receive more training for general laboratory, biosafety, blood borne pathogens, radiation and laser safety visit Safety Training Sign UpÂ and register with Environment Health and Safety.
More information on the Environmental Health and Safety Department and laboratory safety can be found on the EHS website.
EHS chemical safety information, including guidelines for hazardous chemicals, chemical spills and facility design can be found on the EHS Chemical Safety webpage.