Research and Environmental Safety


MSDS available electronically

You can now access MSDS’s and receive technical support for chemicals electronically via our website. For information regarding proper storage, necessary personal protection, and other… more »

RES feedback survey

The Office of Research and Environmental Safety is constantly striving to improve the quality of the services we provide to the Georgia State community. Please… more »

New Chematix waste schedule

Teaching labs can request pickups. Pickups will occur within 72 hours of the request. Requests after 3:00 PM on Wednesday will be deferred to the… more »

Training Courses

Research and Environmental Safety offers a range of safety training courses that fulfill requirements for working with hazardous materials or in sensitive areas, as well as informational presentations, such as for how to use Chematix.

To find out what training you may need to complete, use our interactive Training Questionnaire.

For more information and a complete list of training courses offered, please visit our Laboratory Safety Training Page.


Georgia State University has a number of programs established to help it comply with local, state, and federal regulations, and to ascertain the health of our faculty, staff, students, and our campus.

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Submit anonymous compliance questions & concerns 


Georgia State’s online chemical inventory and tracking system.

Training is required before laboratory workers are permitted to use chematix for inventory purposes or to submit laboratory waste pickup requests.

Chematix Information 
Training Schedule 


For emergencies, dial Georgia State police at 404-413-3333 or 911.
If there is not an emergency and you require assistance, dial our hotline at 404-413-3540.
Research and Environmental Safety has trained staff to help assist and coordinate various emergency response situations.

Laboratory Equipment Rental and Services

Research and Environmental Safety offers services and equipment rental for laboratory use.

This includes but not limited to barcode scanners, radiation sources, and equipment for use with radioisotopes.

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Georgia State's Sustainability Program