From: Alex Hagen <fischera**At_Symbol_Here**UW.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Job openings - University of Washington
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2021 20:34:09 +0000
Reply-To: ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**Princeton.EDU>
Message-ID: CO2PR0801MB213627BDD25D138D2CCCB222A3CB9**At_Symbol_Here**

Good afternoon,


The University of Washington’s Environmental Health & Safety department has TWO outstanding opportunities open for a Temporary (9-Month) Lab Safety Specialist.

Job Req # 193092:

Under general direction, the successful candidate will help administer and implement UW’s Laboratory Safety Survey Program which includes approximately 4,000 laboratory rooms and about 1,000 research groups.

An effective Laboratory Safety Survey Program is critical to help the University ensure health and safety of personnel, environmental protection, public trust, and compliance with federal, state and location regulations. This program is a comprehensive health and safety audit program in place for University research laboratories where hazardous materials are used. The program includes laboratories at UW Seattle, Tacoma, Bothell, Friday Harbor, Satellite Facilities, and some leased facilities. This position will ensure that the program conforms to institutional and department policies and regulations.


The positions will remain open until filled, so please feel free to share out to any interested applicants.


Thank you!



Lab Safety Inspections Program Manager, Research & Occupational Safety

Environmental Health and Safety Department


Hall Health  Box 354400

440 Hall Health Center  Seattle, WA 98195-4400

206.221.2339 / mobile 206.713.5267 / fax 206.616.3360

fischera**At_Symbol_Here** /


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