Health & Safety Practices

An effective Health and Safety program is an important contributor to a low-risk workplace. Health and Safety requires knowledge of any risks that may result from particular research activities, a plan for protection from such risks and a plan for responding to any dangerous outcomes that might result. In addition, it depends on have available appropriate safety apparatus and response tools that may be necessary. Above all, it requires vigilance and a sense of community within the Center. The health and safety of all of us depends on cooperation and a commitment to speak up about safety issues and concerns.

The administrators of the Center will listen to and respond as quickly as possible to safety questions and suggestions, please contact Ms. Helen Gramcko or Dr. Jeong Seop Shim. The following presentations provide some useful information.