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Lab regulations Kristineberg

General Lab Regulations

Before starting your lab-work at Kristineberg You have to inform yourself about our safety regulations. You also have to sign and hand in the receipt, saying that you have read and agree to follow our safety regulations.

General lab regulations


Radioactive Substances

The import and handling of radioactive substances at Kristineberg is regulated separately in documents found below. When planning work with radioactive substances; always consult this document and the radiation safety officer (Lars Ljungqvist) before ordering.

Radioactive lab regulations


Microbiology & GMM

The work with microbes and GMM is regulated through The Swedish Work Environment Authority regulations (AFS 2005:1 & 2000:5). Local microbiology regulations are found at link below. Before carrying out any lab procedures or bringing any microbes into the facilities, it is essential that a risk assessment is carried out. If you are unfamiliar with this concept, please seek advice from the microbial safety officer (Lars Ljungqvist) or the microbial advisory person (Maria Asplund).

Microbiology & GMM regulations


Risk assessments

In order to be able to offer everyone a safe working environment, it is important that all laboratory activities involving hazardous substances are risk assessed according to Swedish Work Environment Authority regulations. You can make your risk assessment in the KLARA system with a personal log-in or you can use another template. The important thing is that it covers what we ask for in the document below.

Risk assessment guidelines


Chemical handling system KLARA

At Kristineberg we use the chemical handling system KLARA for easy access to Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), classification, risk phrases and label printing. Visit the KLARA site at: https://vgrgu.port.se/alphaquest/app_gu/pcmain.cfm (only available on the GU net or through VPN)

 

Page Manager: Pia Engström|Last update: 9/20/2019
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