Lab and Campus Safety
As vaccines are rolled out it is especially important to stay the course and continue our public health practices: universal masking, physical distancing, keeping our density low, hand hygiene, and daily screening before coming to campus. Our public health experts, as well as the state, county and city, will determine when we can relax our public health requirements. Please use, post, and share these WashU campus and lab safety reminders to continue promoting safe practices.
- Bear Mask and Distance Safety (2 signs)
- Do Your Part to Slow the Spread (16 signs)
- Laboratory Safety (1 sign)
- Keep Calm (3 signs)
Stay the Course
WashU School of Medicine provides an informative video featuring Steven Lawrence, MD, with the Division of Infectious Diseases. He explains why those vaccinated against COVID-19 should still follow public health precautions, citing the high rate of community transmission.
Report a Concern on Campus
To report concerns or observations of unsafe conditions or practices on campus, first contact your Supervisor, Division Chief, Department Head, or Associate/Vice Dean for Research. If you still have concerns, complete this form.
Contact Johnnie Cartwright, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research & Chief of Staff (email@example.com) with additional questions and concerns not covered on this site.
- Check-In Stations on the Medical Campus
- Contact Information
- Funding Opportunities for COVID-19
- Guidance for Animal Care and Use
- Guidance for Community-Based Research
- Guidance for Environmental Health & Safety
- Guidance for Field Research
- Guidance for Human Subjects and Clinical Research
- Guidance for Lab Research
- Guidance for Undergraduate Students in Research
- Guidance for Visitors for Research
- Report Concerns
- Resources for COVID-19
- University COVID-19 Guidance