|Analyzing Biological Hazards|
|Analyzing Chemical Hazards|
|Analyzing Physical Hazards|
|Analyzing Radiological Hazards|
|Developing and Using Controls|
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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.
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