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SLAC does not offer any biohazard-specific training; all training requirements are met by completing Stanford University Environmental Health and Safety courses or their equivalent.
and Laboratory Safety - Practical”)
Personnel who may come in contact with biohazardous materials must receive appropriate on-the-job training arranged by the safety coordinator. The content of the training will be specific to the nature of the material used, type of experiments being conducted, and the equipment used.
Personnel handling blood-borne pathogens (BBP) must complete the web-based course available through
Stanford University entitled "tier two level" training.
Note: In addition to any required courses, basic (tier one level) web-based training available through Stanford University is recommended for all personnel handling biohazardous materials.
Shippers and Handlers
SLAC shippers/handlers who supervise researchers packing their own biohazardous materials must have completed Stanford's training for shippers (the people sending out the package of materials) and handlers (people who transport the package).
of Biohazardous Goods” [pdf])
All users must have the appropriate level of training to safely handle the biohazardous materials they bring on site. If trained at institutions other than Stanford University/SLAC, documentation certifying such training needs to be provided.
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