Clinical Safety – Programs & Services
Please see below for information about the Clinical Safety programs and services of most relevance to you.
Information about the potential health risks of asbestos exposure, including the increased risk to smokers, and the Boston University/Boston Medical Center Asbestos Management Plan
Please also see:
Boston University, Boston Medical Center, and its affiliates have a robust radiation safety program to oversee the safe use of all sources of radiation in variety of settings. The radiation safety program is maintained by the Division of Medical Physics and Radiation Safety (DMPRS). If you have any questions or concerns regarding the radiation safety program please reach out to the Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) or Director of DMPRS.
Jump to information on the following within this section:
- Diagnostic Medical Physics
- Laser Safety
- Radiological Services
- Radiofrequency (RF) Safety
Or visit the Research Support site for additional information and policies:
Sign up for a fit test or find out more about getting trained on using a respirator on the Research Support site.
Find information about treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses as well as pre-employment examinations for the employees of Boston Medical Center at the BMC’s Occupational and Environmental Medicine Department.
Find information about prevention, diagnosis, and treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses for the employees of Boston University at the BU Occupational Health Center.
Find resources for BU and BMC’s scientific community about prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of research-related injuries and illnesses at ROHP.
Students working in clinical environments should use Student Health Services for their medical and safety needs.