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The Fire Safety Office has started an initiative to secure the Fire Department Connections
The Medical Robotics and Automation Laboratory, called the “RoboMed Lab” for short, is a new lab built for research in medical robotics.
On an annual basis, more than 40,000 minors, age 18 and under, attend a program sponsored by the Institute or conducted on campus. A special duty of care and supervision is required to protect Tech’s youngest learners.
A very critical part of EHS Institute responsibilities is to respond to emergencies or exposure incidents.
Standard Operating Procedures are an important tool for a number of tasks, especially those involving higher-hazard risks and/or may be conducted by large numbers of researchers.
Welcome to Jerry Jackson, General Safety Specialist
Move and Lift Safetly, Mechanical Aids in Material Handling
The Georgia Tech Fire Safety Office has implemented a new program which replaces or provides new Emergency Evacuation Maps.
Ms. Bogna Grabicka, Ph.D., is our new Hazardous Materials Manager
For the 22nd annual Georgia Tech Earth Day Festival on April 19, 2019, EHS focused on the initiative to improve the functionality of a research building.
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