Emergency Contacts  
Emergencies-chemical, biological, radiation, fire, police, medical 911
203 432 4400
Building Emergencies (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) 203 432 3916
203 432 6888
Chemistry Safety Liason (Anna Kim) 203 737 2110
Safety Contacts  
Yale Escort Service 203 432 9255
Yale minibus 203 432 6330
Yale Environmental Health & Safety (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) 203 785 3555
Yale Police 203 432 4400
Yale University Security 203 785 5555
New Haven Police 203 946 6316
Yale University Health Services 203 432 0123

Safety Training: Chemical Safety in the Laboratory is an online safety training course. This course must be completed by all graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, technicians, and research associates before initiating laboratory work.

Biosafety Training: This training covers work practices, safety equipment and facility requirements used to work safely at Biosafety Level 1 and Level 2.

Radiation Safety Training: A mandatory two part training course is required for personnel working with radioactive material or frequenting an area where radioactive materials are stored or used.

Chemistry Joint Safety Team: Representative safety officers from each lab in the department whose purpose is to promote a practical and substantive safety culture and to equip students and researchers with the skills to safely work in a range of laboratory settings at Yale and beyond.

Waste Management: Includes pick-up request forms (Chemical, Biological & Radiation).

Hazardous Materials Shipping
MSDS Information & Links
Chemistry Department Safety Manual
University’s Chemical Hygiene Plan
Proper Handling of Chemical Hazardous Waste
Biological Safety Manual
Radiation Safety Manual
Laser Safety Manual
Yale Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
Annual Report on Campus Security and Fire Safety 2015
Yale University Drug Prevention Policy