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Emergency Response Guidelines for Laboratory Workers

This guide is designed to provide simple guidelines that may be useful in the event of a fire, medical emergency, spill or personal contamination in the laboratory. The Guide includes information about response to chemical, biological or radiation incidents.

This Guide is not currently available on-line. Contact EHS at 8-5294 to request a copy.

Radiation Safety Manual for Laboratory Users

This manual is a handbook of procedures and useful information for the radiation worker who uses either radioactive materials or radiation-producing machines in a laboratory setting at Princeton University. The manual supplements but does not replace the required radiation safety training which all workers in a radioisotope laboratory must receive.

Radiation Safety Guide

This guide is a detailed description of the radiation safety program at Princeton University and the conditions under which radioisotopes may be used and is particularly intended for reference by Principal Investigators and Authorized Users.

       
       
     

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