Safety Training Program
The potential hazards in MIT.nano research spaces are diverse, including chemical, biological, and radiation safety considerations. In order to prepare researchers to build a foundational understanding of the hazards associated with their work, the research activities performed in each MIT.nano research space have been assessed to determine the appropriate training requirements.
If you plan to activate a service in MUMMS, join the associated Training Group to assign the relevant training to your Learning Center profile. Click on the MIT.nano Services below in order to learn more about the Training Groups and the training needed in order to gain access to MIT.nano laboratories.
Please note, MUMMS and the Learning Center are separate systems. Depending on when you complete the training, there may be up to a 24-hour delay before training completions are updated in your account.
In addition to safety trainings, all MIT.nano users must review and adhere to the user policies. Violation of any of these policies may result in revoked access.
- Building 39 Cleanroom Laboratories
- Building 12 Cleanroom Laboratories
- Building 12 Packaging Facilities
- Metrology Imaging and X-Ray - New metrology imaging and X-Ray capabilities are being installed and training will become available when the capabilities are open to users.
Immersion Lab services:
- Immersion Lab - Services for the Immersion Lab to be used for research purposes are in development.