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Physical Security

 While at work, there are a few simple precautions you can take to help keep your lab as safe as possible:
  • Keep security entrances locked.
  • Don’t let others borrow your keys or access card.
  • Don’t let someone enter the work area without proper identification.
  • If you see someone in your area that is unknown to you, check their identification to make sure that they have permission to be in the area.
  • Report any suspicious personnel or activities.
  • Account for all supplies and specimens entering or leaving your facility.
  • Report gaps in security measures such as broken windows, security lighting out.