Personal Contamination and Spills more >
Critical Shutdown Operations before Evacuation more >
|Type of Emergency||Procedure|
|Fire||Close doors and then leave|
|Medical||Stay at location|
|Terrorism/Threat||Close doors and then leave|
|Tornado/Weather||Close doors and then go to designated tornado shelter areas|
|Chemical Spill/Leak||Close doors and then exit immediate area or exit building to assembly point if necessary|
Emergencies more >
In the event of a serious emergency, 911 should be called immediately.
Animal Medical Emergency involving biohazardous substances:
Corinna Kashuba, DVM, PhD, DACLAM
Malta Veterinary Hospital (in the event that Dr. Kashuba cannot be reached)
Laboratory Safety Manager:
Thomas Sims, Ph.D.
Reporting Allegations of Non-compliance more >
Allegations, preferably in writing, shall be reported to any of the following individuals:
The IBC chair is responsible for the receipt and disposition of all complaints. All allegations will remain confidential to the extent possible. When the complainant wishes to be openly identified, the IBC Chair will acknowledge receipt of the allegations to the complainant in writing.