Safety Training & Resources
The MagLab has a comprehensive set of safety programs designed to ensure the safest possible conditions for faculty, staff, users and visitors. Training is required for all staff, faculty and users, as well as for long-term visitors.
To find out which trainings are required for you, MagLab faculty and staff should check with their departmental coordinator, and users and visitors should consult with the appropriate facility director.
Our training slideshows provide visiting scientists and staff with an introduction to our Environmental Health and Safety Program and the hazards encountered at the laboratory. You can preview the safety training by clicking on the links below, but remember, you must login to the Online Learning System to take the required training course. For more information contact Environmental Health and Safety Manager Kyle Orth at (850) 645-3205, or Christopher Rodman at (850) 644-0233.
Report a Near Miss
The MagLabs online Near Miss System should be used to report any safety concern, no matter how small. To do so, please go to the Report a Near Miss or Safety Concern page.
If injured while conducting research here at the lab, users should call 911 in the event of an emergency. Non-emergency medical care can be handled at a local walk in clinic such as Patients First. The closest Patients First is located at 505 Appleyard Drive Tallahassee, FL 32310.
Medical care expenses should be covered either by your current employer, personal medical coverage or payment at the time of service. All injuries should be reported to the NHMFL Safety Department at 850-644-6955, email@example.com or 855-SAFEMAG (after normal business hours).
Follow these links for more information on our safety policies and procedures:
For more information about user training, please contact Kyle Orth, Christopher Rodman, or the applicable facility director/staff member.