This Biosafety Manual provides a guide to common practices related to working with biological materials at North Carolina State University in teaching, research, and diagnostic laboratories.
The purpose of this manual is to provide guidance for the proper management and disposal of chemical, radioactive, biological, and other environmentally-hazardous waste at North Carolina State University.
The EHS Safety Program Manual is a collection of resources for individuals working in various environments at NC State. The manual includes information on chemical, biological, radiation and fire safety; physical safety, spill planning and response; pollution prevention and waste disposal; hazardous materials transportation; and general safety.
The purpose of the NC State Radiation Safety Manual is to assist both personnel and management in complying with the objectives of North Carolina regulations and the NC State Health and Safety Policies in regards to use of radioactive materials and radiation generating devices.
This manual provides guidance to assist design professionals, contractors and project managers with land disturbing and stormwater management requirements and establish specific design and submittal criteria for development projects. In all cases, compliance with this manual does not preclude the requirement to comply with all other applicable federal, state or local regulations and laws
The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, often referred to as the “Worker Right To Know,” used in conjunction with NC State’s Managers Safety Orientation Checklist helps to guarantee that all employees receive consistent and accurate information about the hazardous substances they work with.
This manual defines the Laser Safety Program for North Carolina State University and provides guidance to faculty, staff, students and visitors on the safe use of lasers and laser systems.