The TWIns Safety Guide contains emergency procedures in the event of fire or injury and other safety information required for conducting experiments and research activities. You are asked to carefully read and understand all of the items in the Guide before carrying out experiments or research, regardless of your field of study.
When handling chemicals, you must do so safely and in an environmentally friendly way, in accordance with various regulations. At Waseda University, we operate according to our own set of rules covering the purchase of chemicals right up until their disposal. For details, see our Guide to Using the Environmental Safety Center or go to the Environmental Safety Center website (http://www.waseda.jp/environm/).
Waseda University’s Center for Advanced Biomedical Sciences has installed equipment for shared use within the university, under the administration of the Research Support Center, such as a DNA sequencer, flow cytometer, mass spectrometer, confocal laser microscope, and nuclear magnetic resonator. Use of this shared equipment requires registration and reservation. The shared equipment administration system website can only be accessed from the university’s internal network.
At Waseda University’s Center for Advanced Biomedical Sciences, second- and third-year undergraduate students conduct their fieldwork in the area of life sciences. For details of experiments of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, go to the Center for Laboratory Work Education website.
Please bring it to the waste storage room 2 (B1C602) in the basement floor from 10:30 – 11:00 on Monday,Wednesday and Friday. Please check the sorting method at the Environmental Protection Center website.