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Safety Resources

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Personal Protective Equipment

  • Lab Coats
    • Provided by the Chemistry Department to all students, faculty, and staff through CINTAS issue and laundry service.
    • Three types of coats available: Regular, Flame Resistant (FR), and Flame Resistant:Chemical Protectant (FR/CP).
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Male26-2830-3234-3638-4042-4446-4850-5254-56
Female0-24-68-1012-1416-1820-2224-2628-30
  • To check out a lab coat in Dabney Hall – contact Alan Harvell or drop by the Dabney Stockroom during operating hours, M-F 10am-12pm
    • These are general issue and can be swapped out for cleaning as frequently as you’d like.
    • NOTE: If you check out a Flame Resistant (FR) or Flame Resistant/Chemical Protectant (FR/CP), you will be automatically enrolled in a weekly reminder email to turn your coat in for laundering. (This is necessary to maintain the flame resistant protection of the fabric.)
    • To check out a lab coat in Partners III, contact Premila Jayaratne to place an order.
    • In Partners III, lab coats are personally assigned.
    • NOTE: Orders may take up to 2 weeks to be fulfilled.
  • Prescription Safety Glasses
    • Bring corrective prescription and order form to one of the vendors listed under the “Safety Glasses” heading on the DPS Prescription Glasses website
    • Have vendor fill out the form with your choice of pair and color.
    • Email the form to Jackie Hughes in the Chemistry Business Office. Upon receipt, she will mail or fax it to the makers.
    • Makers will ship the glasses to the vendor from whom you made the order and there you can pick them up.

Safety Training

Inspection Preparation

Safety Moment Slideshows

Lessons Learned Memo Archive

Lessons Learned Archives from other Universities

Research Mentoring Guide

This mentoring guide is intended for both mentors and mentees. In it, you will find a how-to outline for establishing and maintaining fruitful and mutually beneficial research mentoring relationships in the Chemistry discipline, covering a multiplicity of possible connections, including Principle Investigator to graduate student, graduate student to graduate student, graduate student to undergraduate student, and Principle Investigator or graduate student to high school student.