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McGill Sustainable Labs Guide for Researchers

Published: 11May2017

**This message is sent on behalf of Yves Beauchamp, Vice-Principal (Administration and Finance) and Rose Goldstein, Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation) Dear Colleagues,

Safety Training

Please read carefully, as this page contains a lot of information:

Radioisotope Permits

Researchers must possess an internal McGill Radioisotope permit to acquire, store and use radioisotopes at McGill University. To receive a permit, you must complete the Radioisotope Permit...

Location of radioisotope laboratories at McGill

Location of labs using radioisotopes on the downtown McGill campus Location of labs using radioisotopes on the MacDonald McGill campus

Purchasing Radioisotopes and Meters

At McGill, researchers who wish to purchase radioisotopes need a valid up-to-date McGill Internal Radioisotope Permit. For further details, contact the Radiation safety officer at local 2245....

Radiation units

Activity is the transformation (disintegration) rate of a radioactive substance ...

References

Environmental Health and Safety keeps a collection of books and video materials relating to safety, first aid and health....

Isotope suppliers

Updated July 1st, 2007Affinity Labelling Technologies Inc. 235 Bolivar Street Lexington, KY USA, 40508 Phone: (859) 388-9445 Fax: (859) 388-9645American Radiolabelled Chemicals 101 Arc Dr. St.Louis...

Non-Ionizing Radiation

With laser light, the radiofrequencies (including radar and microwave), along with infrared and visible light, and the ultraviolet regions of the electromagnetic spectrum are commonly considered to...

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