Research and Environmental Safety


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

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Biosafety Training

Please note that Biosafety training is no longer required for lab personnel working in BSL-1 or BSL-2 laboratories. If you are working in a BSL-1 or… more »

Note about Biohazardous Waste

Biohazardous waste boxes are NOT to be placed in the Petit Science Center of Natural Science Center loading docks before 1pm on Tuesdays or after… more »

GSU Laboratory Safety NewsLetter

Check out the inaugural GSU Laboratory Safety newsletter! Look inside for lots of helpful information about safety training, online tutorials, security awareness, and much more!… more »

Emergency Contacts

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

RES Emergency Response webpage 

Safety Training

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.