TCSEF Restricted Projects Compliance Form
A restricted project is any project which may require additional adult supervision due to potentially harmful materials or machinery (ie., firearms), handling of non-human vertebrates, or topics involving human subjects. All restricted projects require special approval before you can begin.

Experiments that involve human subjects, nonhuman vertebrate animals, recombinant DNA, or human/animal tissue are designated as "RESTRICTED PROJECTS" and as such require approval from the Tulare County Science & Engineering Fair before experimentation begins. The approval process involves completion, submission and approval of the form for "Certification of Compliance for Research Involving Human Subjects, the Human Treatment of Live Vertebrates, and Tissue Sample Sources" (part of the Project Entry Form).

Experiments that involve research using pathogenic agents, controlled substances, hazardous materials and/or chemicals are designated as "RESTRICTED PROJECTS" and as such require approval from the Tulare County Science & Engineering Fair before experimentation begins. The approval process involves completion, submission and approval of the form for "Certification of Compliance for Research Involving Pathogenic Agents, Hazardous Materials and/or Chemicals" (part of the Project Entry Form).

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