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11/01/2016

Newly hired employees should receive appropriate safety training within 30 days of the start of employment. ow.ly/10EZuD

10/31/2016

Safety plan door signs should be placed outside each operating lab. Do you need to request a new one? bit.ly/1dm1fUw

10/30/2016

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10/28/2016

Know what you are working with and the risks associated. Don’t use a chemical or equipment that you are unsure of. #ncstate

10/27/2016

Reminder: Change gloves often and as soon as possible when visibly contaminated.

10/26/2016

Cryovials should not be overfilled, as this may increase the risk of cracking.

10/25/2016

Used fluorescent lights should be stored in a closed container, labeled “used light bulbs for recycling”, and dated.

10/24/2016

All gas cylinders must be secured in stands or with chains or straps to prevent them from falling and capped when not in use.

The water you drink was once stormwater. Keep pollution out of stormwater runoff.
10/22/2016

The water you drink was once stormwater. Keep pollution out of stormwater runoff.

10/21/2016

What is the #1 water quality pollutant in NC? Sediment! Report campus erosion to the NCSU Hotline: 919.515.3000

10/19/2016

Leave your experiment inside the lab so you can stay healthy outside the lab.

10/18/2016

Always keep your first aid kit stocked and be sure to check your kit frequently to replace any missing items.

10/17/2016

Ergonomics Tip: Your screen’s top viewing line should be no higher than your eyes and 18-24 inches from your face.

10/16/2016

Back Safety Tip: Lift the load steadily with your legs, and keep your back straight while carrying it.

06/01/2016

Label all equipment used to store infectious materials with a biohazard warning label.

Analytical X-ray Safety Classroom sessions for June are the 8th, and 14th. Click here to register: http://bit.ly/1TSa7D1
05/31/2016
Environmental Health & Safety

Analytical X-ray Safety Classroom sessions for June are the 8th, and 14th. Click here to register: http://bit.ly/1TSa7D1

As required in the N.C. Regulations for the Protection Against Radiation, (15A NCAC 11), the following information is necessary for assessment of...

Radioactive Material Safety Training coming up in June are the 9th and 29th. To register, click here: http://bit.ly/1FFz...
05/30/2016
Environmental Health & Safety

Radioactive Material Safety Training coming up in June are the 9th and 29th. To register, click here: http://bit.ly/1FFzNYC

As required in the N.C. Regulations for the Protection Against Radiation, (15A NCAC 11), the following information is necessary for assessment of...

05/30/2016

Back Safety Tip: Lift the load steadily with your legs, and keep your back straight while carrying it.

05/27/2016

Always keep your first aid kit stocked and be sure to check your kit frequently to replace any missing items.

05/26/2016

Ergonomics Tip: Your screen’s top viewing line should be no higher than your eyes and 18-24 inches from your face.

Are you wearing the proper PPE? Find out here: http://bit.ly/1e8tjeS
05/18/2016
PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

Are you wearing the proper PPE? Find out here: http://bit.ly/1e8tjeS

The primary methods for preventing employee exposure to hazardous materials are elimination, engineering and administrative controls. Where these...

05/18/2016

Ladder Safety Tip: Make sure the ladder’s feet are parallel to the surface it rests against.

05/17/2016

What is the #1 water quality pollutant in NC? Sediment! Report campus erosion to the NCSU Hotline: 919.515.3000.

05/16/2016

The water you drink was once stormwater. Keep pollution out of stormwater runoff.

05/11/2016

Used fluorescent lights should be stored in a closed container, labeled “used light bulbs for recycling”, and dated.

05/10/2016

Cryovials should not be overfilled, as this may increase the risk of cracking.

05/06/2016

Reminder: Change gloves often and as soon as possible when visibly contaminated.

05/04/2016

Remember to pick up after your pets! Rain washes pet waste and other pollutants directly into waterways.

05/03/2016

Know what you are working with and the risks associated. Don’t use a chemical or equipment that you are unsure of.

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