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University Laboratory Safety

Course Collection
4 Pillars for Daily Safety Management
Analyzing Hazards
Back Safety
Combustible Dust
Compressed Gas Cylinders
Extension Cord Safety
Fire Response
Flu Season Safety
Forklift Safety Tips
Fundamentals - First Aid
Hazard Communication Checklist
Machine Guarding
Manufacturing Safety: Learning from Expensive Lessons in American Industry
Propane Powered Forklift
Stairway Safety
Tackle OSHA’s Top 10
Training for Compliance - Who Needs What & When?
Understand Workers Comp Experience Modifiers in 5 Minutes
University Laboratory Safety
What I Wish I Knew When I Started in Safety
What To Expect When You’re Inspected
#0: It’s about community
#10: It’s not about being more careful.
#11: Crab asthma.
#12: The Swiss cheese model of accident causation.
#13: The real test is, ‘Can we change other people’s minds about this?’
#14: Guess what I did to a turkey today?
#15: I can die on that hill and make it better for somebody else.
#16: These guys really lived safety. It wasn’t just a flavor of the month.
#17: First year safety pro syndrome
#18: If I don’t remember that, then I don’t need to be doing safety.
#19: Other kids didn’t grow up around safety. We were doing fire drills in our house once a quarter.
#1: They’re gonna give me a badge and a beige Ford Taurus?
#20: Get up on the roof or find a new job.
#21: ASSP’s Emerging Professionals Roundtable
#22: Eight stories and a big thank you.
#23: Jay Allen from SafetyFM
#24: Tackling Workers Comp
#25: The singing safety professional
#26: You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf
#27: Big wheels keep on turning
#28: How to raise a safety pro
#29: Charlie Morecraft
#2: This is one of those dirty secrets people don’t want to talk about.
#30: Hardcore one-on-one safety stuff
#31: Body after body
#32: Not the safety cop
#33: The day you’re born and the day you discover why
#34: Dr. Scott Geller at NSC 2019
#34: Dr. Scott Geller at NSC 2019
#35: Jacy Good and Steve Johnson at NSC 2019
#35: Jacy Good and Steve Johnson at NSC 2019
#36: Krista Geller at NSC 2019
#36: Krista Geller at NSC 2019
#37: Lorraine Martin, NSC President and CEO at NSC 2019
#37: Lorraine Martin, NSC President and CEO at NSC 2019
#38: Christine McConnell, BCSP Foundation Officer, at NSC 2019
#38: Christine McConnell, BCSP Foundation Officer, at NSC 2019
#39: Tom Andrzejewski at NSC 2019
#39: Tom Andrzejewski at NSC 2019
#3: Everyone’s invincible until chemicals are pumped into the wrong tank.
#40: A whole long conversation about mold
#41: How does safety in a church work?
#42: How safety is made
#43: Roadhouse and Dr. Phil
#44: Creepy Carl. Safety Manager.
#45: The Adventures of Attila the Hun & The Hammer
#46: The CEO of Spotlight Safety
#47: Almost like a bad spy movie
#4: Teach me.
#5: Do your homework, speak your mind, and don’t be afraid.
#6: Turning a really great story into some story about death in like 5 seconds.
#7: I’m letting everybody know our secrets.
#8: I have to tell you, those science teachers love to accumulate chemicals they shouldn’t keep.
#9: Safety? In that industry? All I can think of right now are Buzz and Woody.
10 Questions You Need to Ask Before Buying Online Training
10 Questions You Need to Ask Before Buying Online Training
10 Reasons You’re Probably Wrong About Online Safety Training: Part 1
10 Reasons You’re Probably Wrong About Online Safety Training: Part 2
10 Ways To Use Safety Data Sheets
15 Rules of Defensive Driving
15 Tips for Saving Money on Workers Comp
15 Tips for Saving Money on Workers’ Compensation
161 Reasons for an OSHA Inspection
161 Reasons for an OSHA Inspection
2013 Workplace Deaths
2015 Edition NFPA 70E: Expert’s Breakdown
2015 Edition NFPA 70E: Expert’s Breakdown
2015 Edition NFPA Expert’s Breakdown Deck
2015 Edition NFPA Expert’s Breakdown Transcript
2015 NFPA 70E FAQ
2015 NFPA 70E FAQ
2019 OSHA Outlook
3 Questions After the Greatest Safety Speech Ever Given
3 Things Linemen Can Do To Avoid Musculoskeletal Disorders
30 Reasons to Leave Your Safety Training Vendor
30 Tips for Hand and Power Tool Safety
4 Things “A Christmas Story” Can Teach Us About Cold Weather Safety
5 Steps to HAZCOM Compliance
5 Steps to Implementing Safety Training

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A female college student’s long hair gets caught in a piece of equipment in a chemistry lab, spinning and compressing her neck. Fellow students later find her body, lifeless due to lack of oxygen. Three people are hospitalized for burns and irritation after a mixture of chemicals ignites a flash fire and sends hazardous vapors into a university lab. Two students receive medical treatment for burns obtained from a violent chemical reaction and subsequent fire during a lab experiment.

These are real incidents that have occurred in recent years on educational campuses.

Designed for college and university employees and students working in non-production laboratories and using small quantities of various kinds of hazardous materials, our University Laboratory Safety course covers the general safety and health requirements developed specifically for work in these facilities.

This Online Safety Training course is unique in that can be easily, and quickly be deployed accross campuses nationwide. A rapid solution to demanding OSHA regulatory requirements.