INTERNATIONAL ARCTIC RESEARCH CENTER — UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS

Lab Safety

Work safely in the lab

Some of your work may involve time working in one of UAF's laboratories. To keep everyone safe, UAF Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management has developed many lab safety presentations specific to chemicals or procedures.

See the Lab Worker Training page for trainings on:

  • lab safety
  • chemical hygiene
  • hazardous waste management

What additional training do you need?

pouring oil
Graduate student Mukul Chavan pours a sample of heavy crude oil from the Kaparuk field on Alaska's North Slope. Chavan and other students in UAF's petroleum engineering program are using the samples to experiment with ways to recover more oil from existing fields. (UAF photo)
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Research Assistant Professor of Oceanography Rob Rember works at his lab in the Akasofu Building on UAF's West Ridge. (UAF photo)