The School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering is actively committed to a culture of laboratory safety and responsible conduct of research. Here are some important resources for laboratory safety and dealing with emergencies.
RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES
In the event of an emergency, call GT Campus Police
at 4-2500 or 404-894-2500.
Please remember that you should never dial 911.
Dialing 911 will delay response time.
Dealing with Emergencies (Ford ES&T and Bunger-Henry)
Specific guidelines for responding to all non-medical emergencies.
Dealing with Medical Emergencies (Ford ES&T and Bunger-Henry)
Specific guidelines for responding to a medical emergency.
Important Information about Accident/Incident Reports
It is mandatory to complete a report after an accident/incident. The report will not only provide accurate documentation of the event but it will also serve as a learning tool for others.
Near misses are also highly encouraged to be reported. Please use the form below, and send to Dr. Sankar Nair (Safety Committee Chair).
SAFETY RESOURCES AND DOCUMENTS
GT Emergency Preparedness App: Download this app in order to have key emergency information (such as who to call and what to do) on your phone in the eventuality of emergency situations (bomb threats, chemical spills, fires, shooter on campus, tornado warning, etc.). Follow the instructions in the app to view the emergency preparedness information for Georgia Tech.
ACS Publication: "Identifying and Evaluating Hazards in Research Laboratories"