The UW-Madison Chemical Safety Office, working in conjunction with the campus Chemical Safety Committee, establishes policies and procedures for the safe acquisition, use, storage and disposal of chemicals on campus.
The Chemical Safety Office also advises campus chemical users on best practices and helps the university community comply with federal, state, and local chemical and environmental safety laws.
These documents outline roles and responsibilities for key personnel, contains policies and practices applicable to the entire campus, and provide an overview of the various regulations applicable to operations in a campus laboratory. They also provide information on other regulations such as fire codes, hazardous waste regulations, chemical shipping requirements, and other requirements pertaining to the use of hazardous chemicals in the laboratory.
Office of Radiation Safety is responsible for maintaining and administering the highest levels of safety protocols related to radiation safety on the UW campus. This site links to their online training opportunities, incident reporting forms, and more.
Safety information specific to researchers in the College of Engineering. Includes link to the College's incident reporting form; Faculty, staff and students have a responsibility to report incidents, injuries, unsafe conditions and actions.