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Accident Report Form FlowchartFlow chart outlining all forms to complete for an occupational accidental incidentOccupational Health919-515-6852
Administration Standards and RegulationsThe standards and regulations are to assure every working man and woman safe and
healthful working conditions and to preserve our human resources.
Administrative Area Health And Safety InformationAn overview for employees in administrative area workspacesOccupational Health Occupational Safety
Aerosol Can Fact SheetInformation on using and purchasing aerosol cansEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
AllergyIntroduction to managing allergies to the animals you work with or have at home.Occupational Health919-515-6862
Amendment for BUA formForm to submit amendment(s) to Biosafety for a Biological Use AuthorizationBiosafety919-515-6858
Animal Bite - Rabies Procedure to address actions that are to be taken after an employee or student experiences an animal bite or potential exposure to rabiesOccupational Health Biosafety919-515-6862919-515-6858
Animal Cage Washing and Room Cleaning Guidelines For PPE and BiosafetyCage washing guidelines to help assure compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements for PPE and the University's biosafety protocolsBiosafety Occupationa Health919-515-6858
Animal ContactWorking with animals and how to minimize the hazardsOccupational Health Biosafety919-513-0988
Animal Contact in Educational VenuesGuidelines for minimizing disease when arranging public events such as petting zoos, tours, exhibits, photo opportunities, etc.Biosafety919-515-6858
Animal Contact Program ResourcesContact information on who to reach on campus for various resources for working directly with animalsOccupational Health919-515-6862
Animals on State Property Requirements
intended to minimize the occurrence of offensive odors, excretion, fleas,
biological agents, etc.,
ANS 150 - Introduction to Animal Science Safety Around Animals Dr. Billy FlowersOverview of the general ways in which human health can be negatively affected when working around animalsOccupational Health919-515-6862
Aquatic PathogensHow to obtain further information on aquatic pathogens and counseling/treatment for students and staffOccupational Health919-515-6862
Asbestos Management PlanPolicies established and procedures established to handle asbestosOccupational Health919- 515-6862
AutoclaveSafe management and use of autoclavesBiosafety919-515-6858
Autoclave Do Not UsePosting required when autoclaves are not operational.Biosafety919-515-6858
Autoclave LogSample log for autoclave usersBiosafety919-515-6858
Autoclave Performance Verification Log for Biohazard WasteAutoclave Performance Verification Log for Biohazard WasteBiosafety919-515-6858
Autoclave Tape Fact SheetResource and fact sheet on the university's shift away from lead autoclave tape.Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
AED PROGRAMPolices, Use and Locations of AED's (Automated External Defibrillators)Fire Marshal’s Office919-515-9657
Back SafetySteps to protect one's back from pain and/or injuryOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Billboard Biosafety Lab Acquired IllnessThis posting is specifically formatted to easily add to your Digital Sign Manager (e.g., Billboard) on campus. Recommended in locations where safety in teaching, research, and clinical laboratory is promoted. ear buds
headphones, phone, player, contamination, tablet, laptop, key,
pen, pencil, notebook, backpack, hand washing
BioAgent Reference Sheet Zika VirusReference sheet for research laboratoriesBiosafety919-515-6858
Biological Inventory Sample FormDownload this document as a sample of biological inventoryBiosafety919-515-6858
Biological Spill Clean-up ProceduresBiological Spill Clean-up ProceduresBiosafety919-515-6858
Biological Use Authorization (BUA) formRegistration and approval for use of biological materialsBiosafety919-515-6858
Biological wasteBiowaste is biological material generated from research, diagnostic, and/or teaching activities during manipulation or clean-up, regardless of its potential to infect humans, plants or animals.Biosafety919-515-6858
Biosafety Cabinet Out of ServiceBiosafety cabinets must be posted prominently with this form if the unit goes into alarm, needs service for any reason, upon setting up or moving a biosafety cabinet prior to certification, or if the units last certification is beyond 12 months.Biosafety919-515-6858
Biosafety Clearance FormClearance for maintenance/surplus of biosafety cabinets, freezers, fridges, incubators, etc.Biosafety919-515-6858
Biosafety in Teaching LabsForm to be completed by the Course Instructor and submitted with the Biological Use Authorization for courses that require level 2 containment.Biosafety919-515-6858
Biosafety In Teaching LaboratoriesMemo outlining new guidance for handling live microorganisms in the teaching laboratoryBiosafety919-515-6858
Biosafety Resource QR CodesBiosafety Resource QR CodesBiosafety919-515-6862
Biowaste Container Reference InformationExamples of appropriate biowaste containers available from MarketplaceBiosafety919-515-6858
Biowaste Disposal ChartVisual guide on biowaste disposing for solids, liquids, sharps, and whole animals/plantsEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Biowaste RequirementsRequirements for disposal of biowaste generated in research, clinical, or teaching activities.Biosafety919-515-6858
BSL-2 Checklist
The checklist is required to ensure that laboratories meet basic requirements at the federal, state, and local levels for work at biosafety level 2 (BSL-2).Biosafety919-515-6858
Building Liaison/Safety Contact Chemical Hood ReferenceReference material for building liaison's and building safety contact's regarding average face velocity, exhaust venting, corrosive chemicals, perchloric acid, and repair/maintance for chemical hoods. Lab Safety919-513-1282
CDC/USDA Changes Regarding Select Agents And Toxin RegulationsMemo outlining changes to the Select Agent and Toxin RegulationsBiosafety919-515-6858
CDC/USDA Requirements Regarding Materials Containing Inactivated Bacillus AnthracisMemo outlining requirement regarding materials containing inactivated Bacillus anthracisBiosafety919-515-6858
Changes to NIH rDNA Guidelines To Include Synthetic Nucleic AcidsMemo outlining changes to NIH Recombinant DNA Guidelines which are now in effectBiosafety919-515-6858
Chemical And Skin Absorption HazardsContains list of common chemicals/substances that are skin absorption hazardsLab Safety Occupational Health, Occupational safety919-513-1282
Chemical Hood Owner Reference InformationInforms users about the fume hood program and their responsibilities in using and maintain a safe and dependable fume hoodLab Safety919-513-1282
Chemical Hood Use Recommendations and Procedureslab safety919-513-1282
Chemical Hygiene PlanChemical Hygiene Plan documentlab safety919-513-1282
Chemical Reactivity HazardsReference material on highly reactive chemicalsLab Safety919-513-1282
Chemical Safety GuideAll personnel who handle and maybe exposed to chemical in a non-laboratory setting need to review the Chemical Safety Guide.Lab Safety919-513-1282
Chemical Security Compliance information and best practices to comply with federal and state chemical security regulationslab safety919-513-1282
Chemical Storage GroupsChemical compatible/incompatible storage groups chartLab Safety919-515-1282
Chemical Waste Pickup ScheduleWeekly pickup schedule of chemical waste for all campus locations and special projectsEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Chemical Waste Quick Facts Policies on generating and storage of chemical wasteEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Cholinesterase Biomonitoring ProgramExposure monitoring program for personnel exposed to organophosphate (OP) chemicals, which may result in the inhibition of acetylcholinesteraseOccupational Health Occupational Safety, Lab Safety919-513-0988
Class 3B and 4 LasersRules and regulations pertaining to the acquisition, use, transfer, and disposal of all Class 3B and 4 lasersLab Safety919-515-6860
Colored Dye EventsHow to safely host an color dye event on campusEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Common Corrective Action Items For Fume HoodsCommon Corrective Action Items For Chemical Fume HoodsLab Safety919-513-1282
Compressed Gas SafetySafety information for the use and storage of compressed gasesLab Safety919-513-1282
Computer ErgonomicsHow to safely work in your office environmentOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Concerns for Surplus EquipmentConcerns for Surplus EquipmentAdministrative919-515-5208
Confidential Medical Evaluation and Workplace Exposure QuestionnaireConfidential Medical Evaluation and Workplace Exposure QuestionnaireOccupational Safety919-515-6862
Confined Space RequirementsConfined Space entry procedure and requirementsOccupational Health919-513-0988
Construction Guidelines: Laboratory Design guidelines for chemical/fume hoods and other local exhaust ventilation equipmentLab Safety919-513-1282
Contractor€™s Waste Management FormForm used to track waste materials generatedEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Electrical Safety: Lockout/TagoutProcedures and requirements of properly locking out or tagging out of energy isolating devicesOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Control of Hazardous Energy: Training Required training on hazardous energy sources for authorized employees, affected employees, and other employeesOccupational Safety919-515-0988
Controlled Substances Fact SheetOverview on getting started with working/handling controlled substances on campus for researchLab Safety919-515-1282
Controlled Substances ProgramThe procedure for those NC State employees and students who utilize controlled substances in teaching, research, and pharmacy Lab Safety919-515-6862
Cryogenic LiquidsHow to purchase cryogenic liquids, proper handling, and proper PPE usageLab Safety919-513-1282
Cryogenic Safety VideoCryogenic Safety Training and VideoLab safety919-513-1282
Cryovial SafetyLaboratory personnel must use extreme caution when preserving samples in liquid nitrogen (LN2).
Liquid nitrogen can leak into vials, which may result in the vial exploding/spraying its contents when the vial
warms and the liquid nitrogen expands from the liquid to gas phase.
Lab Safety919-515-6860
CryptosporidiosisHealth and Safety reference on CryptosporidiosisOccupational Health919-515-6862
Dangerous Goods Shipping Labels (IATA)Information on shipping labelsEmergency Response, Shipping919-515-3695
Design Specifications for Class 4 Laser LaboratoriesLlab safety919-515-6860
Design Specifications For Class IV Laser Laboratories Summary of guidelines for Class IV laser laboratories provides additional detail for design and construction to meet the basic requirements set forth in the edition of ANSI Z136.1Lab Safety919-513-1282
Diving SafetyDiving at NC State is prohibited unless the requirements listing in the Diving Safety Requirements section herein are met.Administrative919-515-6360
Door Sign Request FormLab safety919-513-1282
ECMS FactsEHS Equipment And Process Approval (QR) FormEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Electrical Equipment Design GuidanceFundamental electrical safety information at NC StateOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Electrical SafetyThis procedure provides minimum guidelines for electrical safety work practices.Occupational Safety919-513-0988
Electron MicroscopeRegulations required these instruments be officially registered and labeled as radiation generating devicesRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Electron MicroscopeHow to purchase, accept donated, re-locate, and modify electron microscopesRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Emergency Eyewash Fact SheetAn eyewash is considered a first aid measure rather than a preventative one. To provide adequate protection, emergency eyewash stations need proper use and maintance.Lab Safety Occupational Safety919-513-0988
Employee access to work-related exposure and medical recordsEmployee access to work-related exposure and medical recordsOccupational Health919-515-6862
Employee Voluntary Use Attestation.Before you can voluntarily use a respirator, your employer must ensure that its use does not present a health hazard to you. To do this, your employer must implement certain elements of a written respiratory protection program necessary to ensure that any worker using a respirator voluntarily is medically able to use that respirator.Occupational Health919-515-6862
Energized Electrical Work PolicyEnergized Electrical Work PolicyOccupational Safety919-515-0988
Enteric BacteriaHealth and Safety reference on Enertic bacteriaOccupational Safety919-515-0988
Environmental Health and Safety Organizational ChartEnvironmental Health and Safety Organizational ChartAbout EHS919-515-7915
Environmental Health and Safety Policies/ProgramsEnvironmental Health and Safety Policies/ProgramsAdministrative919-515-7915
Equipment Specific Procedure - Blank Sample FormControl of hazardous energy with equipment specific procedureOccupational Safety919-515-0988
Ergonomic Workstation GuidelinesGuidelines for proper set up on officer workstationsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Evacuation PlanOutlines what a general or local evacuation is and when to evacuate a buildingFire Marshal919-515-2568
Exam Request and Authorization For Release Of Medical Information Form The forms to been seen by a doctor for an Occupational Medicine Exam and the release of the exam resultsOccupational Health919-515-6862
Exhaust Ventilation For Hazardous MaterialsPrevention of students, staff, and faculty overexposure to harmful airborne chemicals in accordance with recognized ventilation standards and University policiesLab Safety919-513-1282
Expectations to Written Energy Control Procedures Requirement Expectations to Written Energy Control Procedures RequirementOccupational Safety919-515-0988
Exposure Control Plan for Bloodborne Pathogens A BBP exposure plan must be adopted for any research, diagnostic, or teaching activity conducted with material derived from humans, including blood, body fluids, tissues, primary, or established cell lines. Use this Model / Template.Biosafety919-515-6858
Exposure Prevention and Assessment Lab safety919-513-1282
Exposure To Biological Material DiagramUse this diagram to initiate the appropriate steps if a concern arises regarding exposure to biological material at NC State UniversityBiosafety919-515-6858
Eyewash LogPrintable log for weekly emergency eyewash station testingOccupational Safety919-515-6862
Fall PreventionGuidelines to protect all members of the university engaged in outdoor and indoor work activities that can expose them to fall hazardsOccupational Health Occupational Safety919-513-0988
Field Laboratory Safety ProtocolHow to adapt to specific hazards that exist in outdoor field laboratoriesLab Safety Occupational Safety
Occupational Health
Filter Lenses For Protection Against Radiation EnergyOverview of welding filters needed for different types of weldingOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Filtering Facepiece Respirator (Dust Mask)Use and wear guidelines for dust mask form. A copy of the form must be returned to NC State Environmental Health and SafetyOccupational Health Occupational Safety919-513-0988
Flammable and Combustible LiquidsA flammable material is any liquid, solid or gas that will ignite easily and burn rapidly.Lab safety919-513-1282
Flammable and Toxic Liquid Dispensing and StorageLab safety919-513-1282
Flood Response InformationForm to fill out in the event of a flooding event within a university buildingEmergency Response919-515-7915
Fluorescent Lamps/Bulb Fact SheetEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Fume Hood Face Velocity InformationHow NC State test fume hoods and considerations on proper testing.Lab Safety919-513-1282
Fume Hood Project Tracking FormFume hood installation/renovation project tracking formLab Safety919-513-1282
Fume Hood Use Of Compressed GasesSpecial care must be taken when hazardous gases are used in fume hoods.Lab Safety Occupational Safety919-513-1422
Gas Chromatograph Electron Capture Detector State of
NC Radiation Protection Section regulations require these instruments be registered an d
labeled as radiation-producing equipment.
Radiation Safety919-515-2894
Gas Chromatography Electron Capture DetectorRules and regulations associated with Gas Chromatographs and Electron Capture DetectorsRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Gas Monitoring ProgramRequirements and responsibilities necessary to provide suitable gas monitoring systemsOccupational Health Lab Safety919-513-1422
General Emergency ResponseActions to take for a general emergency incidentEmergency Response919-515-2894
General Information Staying Healthy In VivariumGeneral Information Staying Healthy In VivariumOccupational Health919-515-6862
Glassware Disposal Safety SheetGlassware Disposal Safety SheetLab Safety919-515-6860
Graduate Student Safety Orientation InformationGraduate Student Safety Orientation InformationLab Safety919-515-6860
Guide To Shipping Biological MaterialsShipping of biological materials, to comply with US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the International Air Transporters Association (IATA). This manual does not include agricultural and foreign customs restrictions. Biosafety, Lab safety 919-515-3695
Guide To USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (APHIS) PermitsGuide on completing APHIS permitsBiosafety919-515-6858
Guidelines for Gaseous DecontaminationGuidelines for Gaseous DecontaminationBiosafety919-515-6858
Guidelines for sink disposal of chemical substancesSink Disposal of Chemical Substances.Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
Guidelines For Spill Response Provide guidance to NC State University staff on actions to be taken when a hazardous material spill occursEmergency Response919-515-6859
Guidelines for Travel Away From WorkplaceChecklist for preplanning, traveling, on site, and post event travel away from normal location of operationsAdministrative919-515-7915
Hand and Portable ToolsHow to safely operate; electric power operated, pneumatic power, fuel powered, hydraulic power, and power-actuated toolsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Hand Protection GuideOverview of chemical protective glove categoriesLab Safety Occupational Safety Occupational Health919-515-6862
Hantavirus Pulmonary SyndromeResource for information sheet for Hantavirus Pulmonary SyndromeOccupational Health919-515-6862
Hazard CommunicationLab Safety919-515-6862
Hazard Review - Chemical Reactivity HazardsLab safety919-513-1282
Hazard Review - Electrical Equipment Design Lab safety919-513-1282
Hazard Review - Items Needing ApprovalHazard Review - Items Needing ApprovalLab Safety919-513-1422
Hazard Review - OverviewLab safety919-513-1282
Hazardous Material Transportation General Security AwarenessHow to create a security plan when shipping hazardous materials (biological, chemical, and radioactive)Emergency Response919-515-3695
Hazardous Materials CommitteeThe Hazardous Materials Committee advises Environmental Health
and Safety Center on matters relating to the safe use of hazardous materials.
Hazardous Materials shippingInformation for the shipping and transportation of hazardous materialsLaboratory Safety919-515-3695
Hazardous Waste Management PlanThis document provides the Hazardous Waste Management Plan (HWMP) for North Carolina State UniversityEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Hazards ReviewReview of hazardous processes and work activities to minimize riskLab Safety
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.
Lab Safety919-515-1282
Health And Safety Manual Table Of ContentsHealth And Safety Manual Table Of ContentsAdministrative919-515-7915
Hearing Conservation ProgramOverview of the scope and purpose of the Hearing Conservation ProgramOccupational Health919-515-6862
Hearing Conservation ProgramOverview of the scope and purpose of the Hearing Conservation ProgramOccupational Health919-515-6862
Hearing Conservation Program LogFillable form for logging hearing protection use and requirementOccupational Health919-515-6862
Hearing Protection DeviceGuidance on the type of Hearing Protection Devices including ear muffs, ear plugs, and canal capsOccupational Health919-515-6862
Herpesvirus Simiae Information on Herpes SimiaeOccupational Health919-515-6862
Hoist and Crane SafetySafe use and operations of cranes and hoistsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
HoverboardsHoverboards : self-balancing scooters, commonly known as hoverboards, and similar devices are banned from campusAdministrative919-515-5208
Human Resources Approved Medical FacilitiesList of clinics and emergency rooms approved for staff and facultyOccupational Health919-515-6862
Illicit Discharge BrochureIllicit discharge information and reporting requirementsEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Indoor Air Quality ProgramGuidance information for all campus indoor environments where University employees workOccupational Health Occupational Safety,
Occupational Safety
Lab Safety
Information For Lab ManagersRadiation related support functions that lab managers perform for their PIsRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Inspecting University FacilitiesGeneral guidance on facility safety inspectionsLab Safety919-513-1282
Inspections University FacilitiesOverview of scoop and practice of self inspections at the universityLab Safety919-515-1282
IBCInstitutional Biosafety CommitteeBiosafety919-515-6858
Institutional Biosafety Committee Charter And ProceduresInstitutional Biosafety Committee Charter And ProceduresBiosafety919-515-6858
Institutional Biosafety Committee Charter and ProceduresInstitutional Biosafety Committee Charter and ProceduresAdministrative919-515-7915
Institutional Biosafety Committee Meeting Schedule 2016Institutional Biosafety Committee Meeting Schedule 2019Biosafety919-515-6858
Instruments and EquipmentElectron Microscopes, Gas Chromatograph Electron Capture Detectors and Liquid Scintillation Counters are all regulated on campus. find more information.discussed Radiation Safety919-515-2894
Is My Project Required To Have An Environmental Impact Assessment?The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) was designed to minimize the impact of major construction projects by requiring review of a project's environmental impact and preparation of an Environmental Assessment Or Impact Statement. Many routine operations and "non-major" construction projects do not require this documentation Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
Job Hazard AnalysisJob Hazard AnalysisOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Kannapolis, NC ClinicsCorVel approved medical facilities in Kannapolis, NCOccupational Health919-515-6862
Lab Coat Cleaning And DisposalLab coats (and other protective clothing) worn as PPE should not be removed from the laboratory. This document goes over lab coat laundry services and alternatives, end-of-use decontamination and disposal, and lastly covers disposable lab coats Lab Safety919-513-1282
Lab Coat Selection GuidelinesHow to properly select the lab coat for your laboratory hazardsLab Safety919-513-1282
Laboratories Conducting Diagnostics On Humans, Animals, Or PlantsMemo of updated requirements for reporting on select agentsBiosafety919-515-6858
Laboratory Biosafety ManualCommon practices related to working with biological materials at NC State University in teaching, research, and diagnostic laboratories. Biosafety919-515-6858
BSL-2 ChecklistChecklist for starting up a BSL-2 laboratory at NC StateBiosafety919-515-6858
Laboratory Emergency PreparednessEmergency planning and emergency checklist for unplanned or spontaneous events.Emergency Response919-515-7915
Laboratory Management PlanManagement of unwanted materials (waste) in a laboratoryEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Laboratory Relocation (Move-Out/Move-In/Startup) Procedure and ChecklistsMoving and/or starting up procedures for laboratoriesLab Safety919-513-1282
Laboratory Relocation - Move- Out / Move-in/ Startup Procedures and ChecklistsLaboratory Relocation - Move- Out / Move-in/ Startup
Procedures and Checklists
Lab Safety919-515-6860
Laboratory Relocation Guidance and Start-up Checklistforms can be used to open a new lab, close or move your existing laboratory space on campusLab Safety919-515-6860
Laser Cutter HazardsLaser Cutter HazardsLab Safety Occupational Safety919-515-6871
Laser Pointer Safety RecommendationsLaser Pointer Safety RecommendationsLab Safety Occupational Safety919-515-6871
Laser Safety ManualLaser Safety Manual Non-ionizing radiationLab Safety919-515-6871
Laser SOP TemplateStandard operating Procedure for use of non-ionizing radiation (Laser)Lab Safety919-515-6871
Lead Management PlanLead Management PlanOccupational Health919-515-6862
Liquid Scintillation CountersPolicies associated with the purchasing, donated, moving, disposing of liquid scintillation countersRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Local Exhaust Ventilation System Requirements For New ProjectsRequirements for new hoods, including pre-qualified ADA hoods, modified AHREA 110 test requirements, VAV hoods, and new and renovate fume hood construction Lab Safety919-513-1282
Machine GuardingProcedures to reduce accidents to workers through the use of machine guards and other safe guardsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Maintenance or Surplus Clearance FormUse for equipment with chemicals or lasersLab Safety919-515-1282
Management of Building Demolition DebrisAll Hazardous and Universal Waste (H/U) issues shall be presented to the NC State
Environment, Health and Safety Department (EHS).
Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
Management of Paint Containing LeadTo provide guidance on the management of painted surfaces on campus, reduce the
risk of exposure to lead, and ensure compliance with NC Occupational Safety and
Health regulations
Occupational Health919-515-6862
Manager’s Safety ChecklistThe Manager’s Safety Orientation Checklist provides an overview of health, safety and security topics for NC State employees and volunteers. administrative919-515-2895
Medical SurveillancePurpose of medical surveillance is early identification of conditions, that could present an increased risk of adverse health effects related to the task being performed.Occupational Health919-515-6862
Microtome use Facts SheetMicrotome use Facts SheetBiosafety919-515-6858
Minors As Volunteer Workers Involved In Field, Laboratory, or Teaching ActivitiesFor persons under 18 years of age this document contains the release of lability and waiver claim, and outlines the proper training requirements Administration919-515-6860
NC State University Finance and Administration Organization Chart NC State University Finance and Administration Organization ChartAbout EHS919-515-7915
NC State University Police Department Position Number and NamesNC State University Police Department Position Number and NamesAbout EHS919-515-7915
Needle Stick Injuries and Non-Clean Sharp Object InjuriesProcedure to address actions that are to be taken after an employee experiences a non-clean need stick, other non-clean sharps contact including where there is the slightest suggestion that the integrity of skin has been broken by an item potentially contaminated with chemical, biological, or radioactive material.Biosafety919-515-6858
New Principal Investigators & Lab ManagersOutlines the forms required during the application process to use radioactive materials (excluding human or animal use)Radiation Safety919-515-2894
Noise Exposure Hazard Assessment formForm for Assessment of Noise Hazard in the work placeOccupational Health919-515-6862
North Carolina State University UN Compliant PackagingDetails what marking must be present on all approved packaging for DOT specifications or UN performance standardsEmergency Response919-515-7915
Notice Of Changes: To NC State Laboratory Biosafety ManualMemo outlining changes to the NC State Laboratory Biosafety ManualBiosafety919-515-6858
Notice Of Changes: To Reporting To Medical ProvidersMemo outlining changes to reporting to medical providers according to the BBPBiosafety919-515-6858
Occupational Accidents, Illnesses and ReportsThe proper methods and responsibilities associated with handling occupational accidents, illnesses and reportsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE PROGRAM HEP B DECLINATION FORMAcknowledging the risk of not vaccinating for HEP BBiosafety919-515-6858
Occupational Safety and Health CouncilOverview of committee member qualifications and responsibilitiesAdministrative919-515-7915
Odor Prevention and Dust Control in Occupied BuildingsProcedure for construction / renovation / maintenance operations which will generate air contaminants inside of occupied buildingsOccupational Health Occupational Safety919-513-0988
Ordering Radioisotopes How to order radioactive material at NC StateRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Part D: Biological Agents Section of BUAUse the Part D as indicated in the instructions of the BUA.Biosafety919-515-6858
Perchloric Acid Safety (Section I. Program Summary)Perchloric Acid Safety (Section I. Program Summary)Lab Safety919-515-1282
Perchloric Acid Safety (Section II. Guidelines for Perchloric Acid Use and Storage)Perchloric Acid Safety (Section II. Guidelines for Perchloric Acid Use and Storage)Lab Safety919-515-1282
Peroxide Forming ChemicalsLab safety919-513-1282
Personal Monitors: Radiation DosimetersPrintable brochure on types of personnel monitors used at NC State UniversityRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) How, when, and what type of PPE to use in other than laboratory areas.Occupational Health, Occupational Safety919-515-6862
Personal Protective Equipment Requirements for laboratoriesPPE requirements specifically for laboratory use only. Lab Safety919-515-6860
Pesticide Exposure PreventionSummary of compliance with EPA's 40 CFR 170Occupational Health919-515-6862
Post-Accident ChecklistPost accident procedures for NC State EmployeesOccupational Safety919-513-0988
PPE Hazard Assessment form - Non laboratoryRequired form for determining PPE in non laboratory settingsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Pregnant Radiation WorkersRadiation Safety policy for pregnant radiation workerRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Preliminary Assessment Tool for Hazards (PATH)Preliminary Assessment Tool for Hazards (PATH)Lab safety919-513-1282
Preliminary Hazard Review FormYour proposed work, process or project is required to have an EHS Hazard Review due to the potential safety and health risks it may present.Lab Safety919-513-1422
Prescription Safety GlassesState agencies are required to purchase prescription safety glasses and other safety equipment from Correction Enterprises (CE) as long as they offer these productsOccupational Health919-513-0988
Prevention of Animal Related DiseaseContains sources of information and what you should do to minimize infectionOccupational Health919-515-6862
Prevention Slips and TripsHow to avoid slips and tripsOccupational Safety919-513-0988
Procedure for Drain Discharge of Bioreactor Waste How to batch discharge bioreactor waste into the sanitary sewerBiosafety919-515-6858
Proper Use of Steam Autoclave Guide on how to properly use a steam autoclave.Biosafety919-515-6858
PsittacosisContains sources of information and what you should do to minimize infectionOccupational Health919-515-6862
Pyrophorics Safety GuidelinesGuidelines for the safe use of pyrophoricsLab Safety919-513-1282
Q FeverContains sources of information and what you should do to minimize infectionOccupational Health919-515-6862
Quick Guide Safety Orientation - Managers ChecklistBrief overview of process, steps and help resourcesLab Safety919-515-1282
RabiesDocument outlines; typical means of exposure, vaccination, and exposure wound careOccupational Health919-515-6862
Radiation Detection InstrumentsRadiation detection instrument use, requirements and calibration overviewRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Radiation Emergency ResponseActions to take for a radioactive incidentEmergency Response919-515-2894
Radiation InstrumentsOutlines instrument use, instrument requirements for laboratories and instrument calibration. Radiation Safety919-515-2894
Radiation Safety CommitteeOverview of committee member qualifications and responsibilitiesAdministrative919-515-7915
Radiation Safety FormsSummary of all the Radiation Safety FormsRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Radiation Safety ManualCommon practices related to working with radiation at NC State University in teaching, research, and diagnostic laboratories.Radiation Safety919-515-2894
Radiation Safety: Frequently Ask QuestionsFrequently asked questions about Radiation SafetyRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Radioactive Waste Management Procedures for disposing radioactive waste in the laboratoryEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Reactor Safety and Audit CommitteeOverview of committee member qualifications and responsibilitiesAdministrative919-515-7915
Recombinant and Synthetic Nucleic AcidsUse this page to determine if your molecular experiments require IBC review.Biosafety919-515-6858
Recommended Chemical Hood Use ProcedureHow to safely use a chemical hood in a laboratory settingLab Safety919-513-1282
Relocation Of Chemicals To New Buildings Or Laboratories Guidance document for proper movement of chemicals and equipmentLab Safety919-513-1282
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROTECTION PROGRAMProvide assistance to staff, and supervisors when dealing with questions related to reproductive health / Pregnancy information and work at the University. Administrative919-515-2895
Requirements For Startup of BSL-3 FacilitiesThis checklist provides a summary of key steps to verify new BSL-3 facilities meet university requirements.Biosafety919-515-6858
Requirements For Startup Of New Facilities (Laboratory Occupancy Checklist)Key steps to be followed for the occupancy of renovated spaces or new buildingsLab Safety919-513-1282
Respiratory ProtectionTo provide for the protection of NC State University employees from over
exposure to chemicals in the workplace according to OSHA Standard 29CFR1910.134
Occupational Health919-515-6862
Responding to Regulatory Agency VisitsAll faculty and staff will follow these procedures when responding to a visit from a regulatory agency.Administrative919-515-7915
RS-1/RS-2: Instruction For The Completion of RS-2/ Application For Non-Human Use of Radioactive MaterialThis form is for researchers desiring to use radioactive materials in a laboratory settingRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-3: Radiation Worker Registration FormThis form is used for new employees who will be working with radioactive materials or radiation-producing devicesRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-4: Dosimetry Service Assessment and Exposure History FormThis form is used to determine what dosimetry is appropriate for each worker and to obtain any prior exposure recordsRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-5: Radioactive Material Authorization Amendment FormThis form may be used to amend an approved protocolRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-6: Application For Radiation Material Use In AnimalsRThis form is to be used for new researchers wishing to use radioactive materials in animalsRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-7: Radioactive Material Package Receipt Information Form used to certify that radioactive materials are properly classified, described, packaged, marked and labeled, and are in proper condition for transportation Radiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-8: Radioactive Material Log of UseThis form will be issued with every primary vial of unsealed radioactive materialRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-9: Laboratory Contamination Survey RecordThis form may be used for monthly contamination surveys in the laboratoryRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-10A: CVM VTH Radiation Producing Device Authorization FormThis form should be used for research involving animals and radiation-producing devices within the College of Veterinary MedicineRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-10A: CVM VTH Radiation Producing Device Authorization Form;/aThis form should be used when acquiring radiation-producing devicesRadiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-11: Pregnancy Declaration, Instruction & Dosimetry Evaluation This form is used to formally declare a pregnancy to the Radiation Safety Office through voluntary means. Other paperwork and further consultation may be required at that time.Radiation Safety919-515-2894
RS-12: Radiation Safety Administrative Amendment Form used to indicate a charge of status for principal InvestigatorsRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Safety and Health Concerns for Surplus EquipmentSafety and Health Concerns for Surplus and / or Disposal of EquipmentLab Safety919-513-1282
Safety Data SheetsThis informational resource, formerly known as “Material Safety Data Sheets” are available in an easily reviewable, electronic, downloadable format from NC State University’s primary SDS site.Lab Safety919-513-1282
Safety Feature Evaluation of Safety SyringesForm to document annual review according to the OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard if listed in your BBP Exposure Control Plan.Biosafety919-515-6858
Safety Quick Facts Aerosol Can ManagementStandards for collecting, storing, using, and transporting aerosol cansEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Safety Quick Facts Mercury Containing EquipmentStandards for collecting, storing, and transporting the mercury-containing equipmentEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Safety Related Items Needing Review or ApprovalSafety Related Items Needing Review or ApprovalLab Safety919-515-6860
Safety Self-Assessment ChecklistThis checklist is a tool to aid the supervisor and their employees in identifying those activities and conditions that need attention to achieve and maintain a safe work environmentLab Safety919-515-6860
Safety Shower InformationLab safety919-513-1282
Safety TalksIndex of Safety Talks newslettersOccupational Safety919-513-0988
SalmonellaContains sources of information and what you should do to minimize infectionOccupational Health919-515-6862
Sample Biological InventoryUse this form to maintain a formal inventory of all biological material received and sentBiosafety919-515-6858
Sealed Radiation SourcesPolicies associated with purchasing, donated, moving, and disposing of sealed radiation sourcesRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Secondary Safety ContactIn a new approach aimed to assist labs/other spaces to improve health and safety conditionsLab Safety919-515-3695
Securing Compressed Gas CylindersLab Safety919-515-6860
Selected Chemicals Which Pose A Skin Absorption HazardCommon substances, form the 2005 TLV Booklet by ACGI), as having a potential significant contribution to the overall exposure by the cutaneous routeLab Safety919-515-1282
Sharps Precautions Fact SheetItems are generally considered "sharps" if the item was designed to cut or puncture skin or if the item has the potential to penetrate skin when not properly handled. General guidance for the safe handling of sharps is provided hereBiosafety919-515-6858
Shipping Declaration Papers For Dangerous GoodsGuidance/example shipping forms for dangerous/hazardous materialsLab Safety919-515-3695
Skin Protection in Laboratories Yes/No form for analyzing skin protection needs in a laboratoryLab Safety919-515-1282
Spill response guidelinesActions to take in the event of a spill / leakEmergency Response919-515-2894
Spreading Liquid Cultures Of Bacteria On Agar-Media PlatesProcedures for plating bacteria safely with ethanol and open flameBiosafety919-515-6858
Standing and Unit safety committeesEHS works with standing and unit safety committees, to facilitate regulatory compliance, best practice development and practical measures that ensure health and safety in various University environments.Administrative919-515-6860
Startup Of New Facilities (Laboratory Occupancy Checklist)Key steps to be followed for the occupancy of renovated spaces or new buildingsLab Safety919-513-1282
SteriGage Test PacksMemo that SteriGage Test Packs for autoclaving waste are single use onlyBiosafety919-515-6858
Storm Water and You BrochureOutlines how human activities impact water qualityEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Storm Water Development ManualThis manual is to provide guidance to assist design professionals, contractors and project managers with land distributing and stormwater management requirements and to establish specific design and submittal criteria for development projects.Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
Stormwater Exposure Management Program Annual Facility Evaluation and CertificationYearly program that ensures proper stormwater management for a given facilityEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Subpart K PList Chemical listChemicals in "bold" are common "P List" chemicals, Chemicals in " bold and italics" are reactive, Chemicals in

“shaded boxes” are Subpart K Reactive Acutely Hazardous
Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
Supervisor ResponsibilitiesInformation and responsibilities supervisors and PI's should review.Administrative919-515-6860
Suspicious Mail or PackagesActions to take if you find a suspicious packageEmergency Response919-515-2895
ToxoplasmosisToxoplasma gundi is a protozoan parasite that can infect many animals, including humans. Woman who are contemplating pregnancy and work with cats should consult with Campus Health. Occupational Health919-515-6862
TuberculosisLanding page for further resources on tuberculosisOccupational Health919-515-6862
Ultraviolet Radiation HazardsGeneral outline of working with ultraviolet sources, including PPELab Safety919-515-6862
UN Compliant PackagingHazmat instructions and understanding UN compliant packaging codes and symbolsEmergency Response919-515-3695
UN Compliant PackagingDetails what marking must be present on all approved packaging for DOT specifications or UN performance standardsShipping919-515-3695
Unsealed Radiation SourcesPolicies associated with purchasing, donated, moving, and disposal of unsealed radiation sourcesRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Updating Biological Material Inventory And Registration Of Biological Material With EHSMemo outlining the need to update a biological inventoryBiosafety919-515-6858
Use of Fuel Gases for Welding and CuttingResource for 29 CFR 1910.253 and OSHA requirementsLab Safety919-515-1282
Use of Gas Burners In Biosafety CabinetsThe use of gas burners in biosafety cabinets is no longer suggested this document outlines safer alternativesBiosafety919-515-6858
Vacuum pump safety Mechanical vacuum pumps used in laboratories pose many hazards.Lab Safety919-513-1422
Vertebrate Animal Contact QuestionnaireVertebrate Animal Contact QuestionnaireOccupational Health919-513-0988
Visitor Access To Laboratories and Workshops Where Hazards ExistOutlines the responsibility of the safety of visitors in/around hazardsAdministrative919-515-7915
Voluntary use for Filtering face–piece Respiratory (Dust Mask) Employee Attestation Guidance Voluntary use for Filtering face–piece Respiratory (Dust Mask) Employee Attestation Guidance Occupational Health919-515-6862
Volunteer Workers Involved In Field, Laboratory, or Teaching ActivitiesContains the release of lability and waiver claim, and outlines the proper training requirements Lab safety919-515-6860
Volunteer Workers involved in Field, Laboratory, or Teaching ActivitiesUniversity volunteers include, but are not limited to Visiting Scholars and other individualsLab safety919-515-6860
Waste - Weekly Inspection LogEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Waste management planEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Waste type formEnvironmental Affairs919-515-6859
Weather UpdatesWeather updates and information for Weather Stem station at NC StateAdministrative919-515-2895
Wi-Fi SafetyWi-Fi systems emit high-frequency, electromagnetic radiation during data transfer [normally 2.4 gigahertz (GHz)
or 5 GHz]. For many years, the potential for adverse health effects associated with working or living near this
equipment has been a topic of scientific study.
Radiation Safety919-515-2894
WolfAlert VideoWolfAlert Video describes the operation of the wolfalert systemadministrative919-515-2895
Working AloneGuidelines to follow when working alone in a laboratory or workspaceAdministrative919-515-2895
Working Safely with Engineered NanomaterialsThese steps serve to achieve basic hazard awareness training for those working with
engineered nanostructures. Please consult your principal investigator or
Environmental Health and Safety for additional information.
Lab Safety919-515-6860
X-Ray Producing EquipmentPolicies associated with purchasing, donated, moving, disposal, and repair of x-ray producing equipmentRadiation Safety919-515-2894
Zika Virus: Guidance for NC State University TravelersOverview of the resources for students, employees on official university travel, and students, staff/faculty on personal travelBiosafety919-515-6858
Zoonotic Diseases ResourcesDocument that provides zoonosis information from the CDCOccupational Health919-515-6862
NCSU Surplus GuidelineNCSU Surplus Guidelines - Procedures for the Proper Disposition of
Equipment and Materials Through

NCSU Surplus
Environmental Affairs919-515-6859
Live Tick Use in Labs Fact SheetBiosafety919-515-6858