Safety Forms, Guides & Protocols for Faculty
Please refer to the following documents to guide you when you are orienting new employees, working in the field, working alone, or using toxic or biohazardous materials.
This form is to be completed prior to use of potentially biohazardous materials in lab sessions or research activities.
This manual describes requirements and procedures established for work with potentially hazardous biological agents. These are applicable to all laboratory research activities and teaching labs that may involve exposure to these agents.
Please read this document and follow the guidelines prior to taking a class, group or individual on a domestic or international field trip. You are required to follow these guidelines and complete the necessary forms.
Copies of the pre-trip planning form, informed consent forms, or waivers should be left in the science office. Medical questionnaires do not go to the office. Instructors take medical forms with them in the field where they may need them.
- Informed Consent
- Release of Claims and Waiver
- Medical Questionnaire
- Pre-trip Planning form
- Driver Information form
Explanation about incident reporting and forms.
This form is intended to be used for all new employees in Science.
This protocol has been developed in response to the updated toxicology information on formaldehyde and naphthalene and concerns about their impact on human health. This protocol applies to all research and teaching in the Science and Health Sciences Department at TRU as of Sept. 1, 2008.
The Working Alone Protocol provides specific guidelines for TRU Faculty of Science employees and students according to WorkSafe BC.