Wako Campus Safety Training
Conducting safe and ethical experiments is very important at RIKEN. Special training courses are held by the Wako Safety Center on the Wako campus to ensure that certain procedures are handled in the safest and most appropriate manner. To start your research efficiently and timely, and you will be working in any of the areas in the chart, you will need to enroll in the appropriate course. The RIKEN laboratory that you work with will be able to assist you in making an appointment or with any inquiries.
Certain research/study materials and components are subject to regulatory restrictions; these include but are not limited to: radioactive, chemical and biological materials, and human subjects. For the transfer of any of these materials to RIKEN, make sure that all the relevant procedures and authorizations have been completed at RIKEN. Please allow time to complete the procedures if a prior approval application to a designated authority is required.
- Courses by appointment only
Radiation safety training course X-ray equipment safe handling training course Chemical safety training course (Handouts only) High-pressure gas safety course (Handouts only) Machine tool handling training course
- Twice a month (2nd and 4th Tuesday) courses (Participation notification is required in advance)
13:30 – 14:25 Biosafety (common subjects) 14:35 – 15:25 Genetic recombinant experiments 15:35 – 16:10 Animal experiments 16:20 – 16:35 Experiments involving microorganisms 16:45 – 17:00 Research involving human subjects