Safety at the Molecular Foundry

The Molecular Foundry aims to integrate safety into its organizational culture, and by doing so demonstrates that research that is safe is also innovative and productive. In order to support the safety-oriented culture at the Foundry, we have established a standing committee to assist the Division in solving complex safety problems.

Safety Resources

Molecular Foundry Safety Committee

The Foundry Safety Committee assists the Division in solving complex safety problems, utilizing their collective knowledge and analytical skills to make recommendations to Foundry leadership. The objectives of the Safety Committee are to:

  • Assist with clear and concise safety communications;
  • Review and provide input to safety related documents (such as Division Self Assessments), reports and policy;
  • Assist with the planning of division-wide safety events (such as the annual Foundry Safety Retreat);
  • Present new or previously unidentified hazards and recommend controls.  

Safety committee members help staff and users identify the appropriate EH&S resources to report and correct issues.

Safety Committee Members

Current Chair: Mike Wisherop

Foundry Leadership: Branden Brough
Operations: Mike Wisherop, Carleton Falzone
Imaging and Manipulation: Paul Ashby and Virginia Altoe
Fabrication: Simone Sassolini
Theory: Steve Whitelam
User Program Office: Dmitry Soustin
Inorganic: Tracy Mattox (also Chemical Safety Committee representative) and Nate Hohman
Bio: Michael Connolly (also Lab Safety Advisory Committee representative)
Organic: Liana Klivansky
NCEM: Chengyu Song and John Turner
Foundry Shop: Ed Wong
Laser Safety Committee: Ed Barnard
User Executive Committee: TBD

 

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