||The UC Irvine online hazardous chemicals, biological and
radioactive materials tracking system.
|CiBR-Trac is a repository of information relating to hazardous chemicals, biological and
radioactive materials at UC Irvine locations (e.g., campus and affiliated research centers). This online system
supports UC Irvine's efforts to maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulations for reporting.
CiBR-Trac allows authorized users to view, track and update their chemical or radioactive inventory and submit
biological use authorizations on a regular basis or when a new chemical, biological or radioactive material is
used in a laboratory.|
hazardous materials inventories:
- Radioactive materials and Radiation producing equipment
- Biological Agents - COMING SOON!
Use Authorizations (RUA):
RUA Application, Submission and
- Contact Information
- Laboratory Location Information - COMING SOON!
Personnel Information - COMING SOON!
Obtaining a Username and Password
|To obtain your user name and password, complete a
login request form|
Minimum Software Requirements
The program is accessible using Netscape version 7.0 or higher,
Internet Explorer version 5.1 or higher on Linux or Unix, Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
on the PC, Safari Ver 1.2 or highre on the Macintosh, or Mozilla version 1.2 or higher.
An approved Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) study application is required if your research involves any potentially
hazardous biological agents including but not limited to infectious agents, human and non human primate materials
(including established cell lines), CDC select agents, recombinant DNA, transgenic plants or animals and studies
involving human gene transfer.
According to Federal and State regulations, UC Irvine must maintain
an inventory of radioactive materials. The Environmental, Health &
Safety (EH&S) Radiation Safety Officer coordinates the radioisotope
inventory program. Principal Investigators with an active RUA must maintain
an inventory of their radioactive materials. Inventories must be updated
at least every six months.
|Chemical Inventory Management
According to federal, State and local law, UC Irvine must maintain
an inventory of existing hazardous materials at campus locations (labs,
maintenance facilities, research stations, etc.). The Environmental, Health
& Safety (EH&S) Hazardous Materials Manager coordinates the campus
chemical inventory program. Persons in charge of labs and chemical storage
locations must periodically submit a current inventory of their hazardous
materials. In addition, inventories must be updated if there is a significant
change such as a move to a new room or a significant change in inventory
(e.g., acquisition of new hazardous chemicals or a greater than 10% change
in your original inventory volumes).