A Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is a set of written procedures explaining how to safely work with hazardous chemicals or safely complete a hazardous process. Different methods can be used to write an SOP: SOPs may be written according to: The Hazardous Chemical: ethidium bromide, acrylamide, methylene chloride, formaldehyde The Process Involved: distillation, [...]
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If you work in load areas, this is a required onetime training. Includes information on the university's hearing conservation program.
Required onetime training for all employees whose job involves welding.
A onetime or as needed training for people working for LOAM.
This training is for all employees that work with or maintain equipment over 50 volts. This is a one time training or if the program is updated.
One time training for all new facilities employees.
Utah State University is licensed to use radioactive materials and devices by Utah's Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control. Under this license, authority to review and approve campus uses of regulated radiological materials and devices is generally delegated to the Radiation Safety Committee (RSC). The license also establishes a Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) for implementation [...]
Promptly contact the Radiation Safety Officer if: 1 milli-Curie or more of radioactive material is spilled, A person becomes contaminated with radioactive material, Spilled radioactive material becomes fixed to a surface, Radioactive material volatizes or becomes airborne outside a fume hood, or You would like our assistance with resolving a radiological spill. Radiation Safety [...]
Research is often made possible or enhanced by the use of radioisotopes. Some radiological waste generation is inevitable from manipulation of dispensable materials, expired sealed sources and defective X-Ray equipment. Such waste must be handled and disposed of according to state and federal regulations. The EHS Office provides support for collection, storage and disposal of [...]
LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers are devices that produce beams of monochromatic light, in which all the waves are in phase or are coherent. Lasers are classified by the manufacturer and labeled with appropriate warnings. Modification of an existing laser, or an unclassified laser, must be approved [...]