Cyberspace is a shared resource, and its security is the responsibility of all American citizens, businesses, groups and governmental agencies. Cyber security begins with the awareness of our individual internet usage habits and changing them to practices that can help safeguard our digital lives.
STOP. THINK. CONNECT.
STOP: Before you use the Internet, take time to understand the risks and learn how to spot potential problems.
THINK: Take a moment to be certain the path ahead is clear. Watch for warning signs and consider how your actions online could impact your safety, or your family's.
CONNECT: Enjoy the Internet with greater confidence, knowing you've taken the right steps to safeguard yourself and your computer.
The system, itself, is a web-based interface that will allow researchers, laboratory staff and other chemical users to track chemicals on-hand, will aid OH&S with regulatory agency reporting, and will provide emergency responders with accurate information on the chemical hazards present within an area should an incident occur. This is done by barcoding chemicals and inputting them into the chemical inventory system.
The inventory system enables OH&S to track every stock material from the moment it arrives at UAB until its disposal. The system is important because it reduces the loss of radioactive material and enables UAB to remain in compliance with ADPH and USNRC regulations.
To ensure the system is working as designed, OH&S continually monitors inventory submissions and regularly audits users.
OH&S Radioactive Material Inventory