Team:UCLA/Safety

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<p><b>Briefly describe the topics that you learned about in your safety training.</b></p>
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<p>Our safety training covered hazardous material storage and usage, biohazard usage practices, protective personal equipment, engineering and human safety controls, and in-depth properties of select hazards, such as peroxides and flammable compounds. </p>
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<p> Visit the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Safety" >Safety Hub</a> to see this year's safety requirements. The Safety Hub is the central page for everything related to safety in iGEM. You can also go there to learn about general biosafety topics, and how to think about the future implications of your project.</p>
 
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<li> <b>Now :</b>  Read the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Safety">Safety Hub </a> and learn about safety in iGEM. Ask questions by emailing safety at <i> igem DOT org </i>. </li>
 
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<li><b>Now - Jamboree:</b> Complete <b>Check-Ins</b> and receive approval before acquiring and using certain materials in your lab</li>
 
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<li><b>Now - Wiki Freeze:</b> Edit this Safety page to tell us about what you're doing</li>
 
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<li><b>June 9: </b>Submit the About Our Lab form.</li>
 
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<li><b>June 30: </b>Submit the Preliminary Version of the <b>Safety Form</b>.</li>
 
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Revision as of 05:32, 17 October 2014

iGEM UCLA




Safety

Training

Briefly describe the topics that you learned about in your safety training.

Our safety training covered hazardous material storage and usage, biohazard usage practices, protective personal equipment, engineering and human safety controls, and in-depth properties of select hazards, such as peroxides and flammable compounds.