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Solar Eclipse

On August 21st, 2017 the United States will fall under the path of a solar eclipse
Prior to the development of intense man made light sources (i.e. lasers, intense lamps) the sun was virtually the only source of radiation with potential to damage the eye.  The unprotected eye continues to be vulnerable when viewing … » read

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Solar Eclipse

On August 21st, 2017 the United States will fall under the path of a solar eclipse  » read
 
 

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Public Health Alert!

West Nile Virus Detected in Medford
Tufts University has been notified that a mosquito carrying West Nile Virus (WNV) has been identified in Medford.  » read

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A to Z of Laboratory Safety at Tufts University

In 2017, the research, teaching, clinical and testing laboratory can be a dangerous worksite for scientists, laboratory support staff including maintenance workers and visitors.   » read

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease and Awareness Month (NADAM)

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease and Awareness Month (NADAM) and Family Caregivers Month®  » read

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May 20, 2015: MWRA Voluntary Sewer Shutdown

To minimize increases in sewer levels at the Deer Island Plant, the MWRA requests that Tufts Medford/Somerville campus voluntarily cease or minimize all discharges to the sewer between 10:00 pm on May 20th and 3:00 am on May 21st.  Read >

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Public Health

Safe food, Good food.   » read

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Safety – Part of the Laboratory Culture at Tufts

Continuous Improvement: A Positive Lab Safety Culture at Tufts
There are four kinds of laboratories at Tufts: research, teaching, testing and clinical. » read

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Tufts Roofs for Safety Trained Persons Only

Roofs of Tufts buildings are dangerous and not designed for sunbathing, stargazing, sightseeing or practice rock climbing. » read

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HCS: Pictograms

Have you seen the latest changes to the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)?
Do you know what pictograms are?
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