TUSCULUM UNIVERSITY SAFETY INFORMATION AND EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
Emergency Medical Assistance
Tusculum Campus Safety
City of Tusculum Police Department
Tusculum Volunteer Fire Department
Greeneville Fire Department
State Poison Control Center
|Emergency Medical Assistance||911|
|Tusculum Campus Safety||(423)636-7318
|City of Tusculum Police Department||(423)638-6211|
|Tusculum Volunteer Fire Department||(423)639-3133|
|Greeneville Fire Department||(423)638-4243|
|State Poison Control Center||1-800-222-1222|
Laboratory Contact Information
|Chemical Hygiene Officer||Kim Carter||(423)636-7300 ext. 5706|
The following information will be needed when communicating with any emergency provider:
- Nature of the incident (description – including fire, substances involved, number of individuals involved, and their physical condition).
- Individuals involved (name, gender, age)
- Location of the incident (including who will meet any emergency vehicles and where)
- Person reporting the incident (name and phone number being used to report incident)
- NOTE: DO NOT allow the phone to be tied up for calls unrelated to the incident
In addition to this manual, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) require the lab to follow the BSL procedures as outlined in Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, 5th Edition.
All laboratory personnel must read the contents of this manual and sign and date the Biosafety Manual Acknowledgement Form (found in Appendix A) which will be kept on file by the EPA Coordinator. By signing this signature page, the lab personnel agree to abide by the safety precautions and procedures discussed herein.
The purpose of this manual is to specify controls and safe handling practices for microorganisms, biological toxins, recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules, human blood or tissues, and animal cell cultures.
FIRE ALARMS AND EXTINGUISHERS
INJURY TO AN INDIVIDUAL
DISINFECTION & STERILIZATION
BIOHAZARD WARNING SIGNS & POSTING