Includes preparation of all media from start to finish according to protocols; quality control (pH, osmolality, conductivity, color, etc.); recording of data; product labeling and toxicological hazard labeling; aliquoting samples; and preparing special types of media under a hood to avoid cross-contamination.
Includes receiving, packing, preparing, tracking, and shipping samples, ensuring compliance with all relevant legislation and transport regulations (air, road, and sea).
Includes monitoring status and filling of gas bottles, exchanging empty bottles, controlling stock, and reordering in accordance with local Environmental, Health and Safety procedures.
Includes ordering and replenishment of dry-ice containers according to demand and Environmental, Health and Safety procedures.
Includes daily collection and control of items to be autoclaved; recording of autoclaving activities in corresponding log books; emptying of autoclave, observing appropriate hazard prevention; and disposal of waste.
Includes collection of dirty glassware from laboratory collection points; washing of glassware in accordance with cleaning guidelines and manufacturer recommendations; return of cleaned glassware to laboratories; performance of purity tests; maintenance of washing machine to ensure pH neutrality and prevention of residue; and inspection and QC to ensure glass is free of chips and/or excessive abrasion. Can be decentralized (washing machines in multiple labs) or centralized (one central glass washing room).
Includes chemical inventory management, periodic safety equipment checks, safety station maintenance and stocking, workplace inspections, and lab records compliance and archiving support.