- The CISAB Lab is available to provide (1) training; (2) bench space/equipment; and (3) sample analysis to all CISAB members. Use by non-CISAB members is permitted on a case-by-case basis.
- The lab is open weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm. Users may work in the lab at other times, provided they have obtained approval from the lab director. Users working alone should notify a trusted colleague or friend of their schedule and expected completion time, especially when working with hazardous chemicals.
- All users must attend an IU Chemical Safety Training prior to working in the CISAB Lab. Users should familiarize themselves with the location of all safety equipment and the MSDS notebook/CD. General IU emergency procedure information is posted next to the main lab door.
- Please sign up for equipment ahead of time using the CISAB Lab Calendar.
- All solutions prepared and/or aliquoted in the CISAB Lab must be documented in the "Lab Solutions" notebook. Everything (even water) must be properly labeled with the full chemical name, date and your initials.
- The CISAB Lab is a shared working environment. Please label all sample boxes/supplies clearly with your name, your supervisor (if applicable) and a description of the contents. Unlabeled items will be discarded at the discretion of the lab staff.
- Users are asked to maintain a clean and organized lab environment. Please refill your tip boxes and throw out samples and reagents that are no longer needed. If you have hazardous or biological waste (or you are not sure how to dispose of something), please notify the lab staff.
- Please report any equipment problems to the lab staff. Low supplies should be listed on the dry erase board on the -20°C freezer.
- All users will be billed for lab supplies/reagents on a periodic basis, unless other arrangements are made. Users are asked to keep track of their usage to aid in this process.
- Upon completion of your work, please remove your samples, notebooks and supplies from the CISAB Lab. We are unable to provide long-term storage due to space limitations.