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Principal Investigator Briefing. Environmental Health and Safety meets individually with each new principal investigator in the natural sciences and engineering upon arrival Notification through the Dean of Faculty

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    1. Principal Investigator Briefing • Environmental Health and Safety meets individually with each new principal investigator in the natural sciences and engineering upon arrival • Notification through the Dean of Faculty • Sets the tone and introduces the safety and environmental culture of the University • Includes a walk-through of the laboratory space or review of the plans for renovation • Focuses on role as a supervisor and lab manager

    2. Briefing Includes • Policies and procedures related to health and safety • Training requirements for those working in the laboratory • Emergency preparedness and procedures • The Risk Culture in research and academia • Requirements for special materials • Radioactive, Homeland Security, pathogenic, etc.

    3. Briefing Includes • Engineering controls • Personal protective equipment • Providing, procuring, writing into grant proposals • Waste disposal • Hazardous materials shipping • Inspections • Continuity of operations planning • Minors in the lab policies • Laboratory security

    4. Briefing Includes • Profile of research practices • Determination of which EHS and safety programs apply (e.g., laser safety, high hazard gas safety, high voltage safety,…) • Summary of each program and contact info provided

    5. Program History • Adopted by University Research Board in 2000 • Briefing provided to > 130 new faculty and > 120 lab managers (professional staff, post-docs, graduate students)

    6. Results • Better compliance with University and regulatory agency rules • Open communication between health and safety groups and the laboratory • Accountability • Setting the tone at the earliest stage • Identification of safety and environmental issues at the outset

    7. Engineering and a Sustainable Society * • Energy and Environment • Health • Security • Innovation in Engineering Education * Aspire $ 1.75B campaign, 11/07 Engineering & a Sustainable Society, Exploration in the Arts, New Frontiers in Neuroscience, Citizenship & the World, The Princeton Experience

    8. Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment Established through $100M gift from Gerhard Andlinger ‘52 • Support expanding program of research and teaching • Energy conservation • Sustainable energy development • Environmental protection and remediation • Translate fundamental knowledge into practical solutions • Enable sustainable energy production • Protect the environment from irreversible change Located in state-of-the-art facility and in existing space

    9. Tod Williams Billie Tsien, Architects February, 2009 Associate ArchitectBallinger Lab PlannersJacobs Consultancy Sustainability ConsultantTranssolar MEP Engineer Arup

    10. Neurosciences Institute, La Jolla, CA

    11. Skirkanich Hall University of Pennsylvania East Asian Library University of California - Berkeley

    12. SEAS Faculty in Energy and the Environment Atmospheric chemistry and dynamics:Elie Bou-Zeid (CEE), Claire Gmachl (EE), Denise Mauzerall (CEE),Gerard Wysocki (EE), Mark Zondlo (CEE) Batteries: Craig Arnold (MAE) Genetic engineering for biofuels: James Link (CHE) Built environment:Sigrid Adriaenssens (CEE), Maria Garlock (CEE),Branko Glisic (CEE), George Scherer (CEE), James Smith (CEE) Carbon capture & storage: Michael Celia (CEE), Catherine Peters (CEE), George Scherer (CEE), Robert Socolow (MAE) Combustion: Frederick Dryer (MAE), Chung K. Law (MAE), Yiguang Ju (MAE), Sankaran Sundaresan (CHE) Ecohydrology:Kelly Caylor (CEE), Peter Jaffe (CEE), Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe (CEE), Eric Wood (CEE) Fuel cells: Jay Benziger (CHE) Green IT:Mung Chiang (EE), Margaret Martonosi (EE), Jennifer Rexford (COS) Molecular design of materials:Emily Carter (MAE) Solar cells:Lynn Loo (CHE), Antione Kahn (EE), Jim Sturm (EE), Sigurd Wagner (EE) Sustainable materials: Wole Soboyejo (MAE) Systems modeling: Rene Carmona (ORF), Chris Floudas (CHE), Warren Powell (ORF)

    13. GoalRaisedRemaining Energy and Environment $75M $36M $39M Energy and Environment Research Facilities $70M $70M -- Conference Center $10M -- $10M ______ _____ _____ $155M $106M $49M