Laboratories


Course Name AMOUNT TO BUY
Chemical Spill Cleanup $17.99/view
  Chemical Spill Cleanup - Chemical spills in the laboratory are serious events that can be hazardous to your health and to the environment. Keeping your lab uncluttered, properly transporting and storing chemicals, and careful planning of experiments can reduce your risk of having a chemical spill. However, it is still important that you and your laboratory are prepared for a hazardous chemical spill.
Chemical Fume Hood Safety $17.99/view
  Chemical Fume Hood Safety - In this safety program, we will cover the proper use of a Chemical Fume Hood and how it will help to keep you safe. Often the terms Fume Hood, Chemical Hood, and Chemical Fume Hood are used interchangeably. In this program we will refer to the chemical fume hood as a chemical hood. We will discuss using the hood safely, some limitations of chemical hoods, good laboratory practices applied to hood safety, and how to confirm that your hood is operating properly. Biological Safety or Radiation Safety will not be discussed in this program.
Chemical Hygiene and Engineering $17.99/view
  Chemical Hygiene And Engineering - A Chemical Hygiene Plan is a written document developed and implemented by your university which sets forth procedures, equipment, personal protective equipment, and work practices that are capable of protecting laboratory workers from the health hazards presented by hazardous chemicals used in your particular workplace
Academic Environment Laboratory Safety $17.99/view
  Academic Environment Laboratory Safety - Laboratory safety is a critical part of any university’s safety program because there is so much information, so many people involved, and so many details to be learned. Of course, the underlying importance is educating you in the various science disciplines and how to work safely with chemicals.
Autoclave Safety $17.99/view
  Autoclave Safety - An integral part of your university’s Laboratory Safety Program is comprised of the Chemical Hygiene Plan. A component of this plan is autoclave safety. Students, staff, and professors are to be protected from the health and safety hazards presented by the use of autoclaves in your laboratory. In this program we will cover the proper use of an autoclave. We will discuss sterilization, using an autoclave, some limitations of autoclaves, good laboratory practices as applied to autoclaves, and some characteristics of autoclaves.
Biological Safety In The Laboratory $17.99/view
  Biological Safety In The Laboratory - Your University’s Laboratory Safety Program is comprised of the Chemical Hygiene Program, Biological Safety Program and Radiation Safety Program, and other specific topics. In this program we will cover the Biological Safety Program and how you can use this information to stay safe and healthy in a learning environment. This Biological Safety program has been developed to provide you with guidance on the safe handling of biological materials, safety practices to minimize the risk of exposure to potentially infectious materials, and procedures for proper use, storage, transfer, and disposal of biological materials. This program is intended for use with your Chemical Hygiene Plan.
Cryogenics and Compressed Gas Safety $17.99/view
  Cryogenics And Compressed Gas Safety - Cryogenics and Compressed gas safety is a critical part of any university's safety program. Almost 200 different types of gases can be contained in gas cylinders. Some examples of these compressed gases include atmospheric gases such as nitrogen and oxygen, fuels, refrigerant gases, laboratory gases, flammable, toxic, and poison gases. Compressed gases are stored in high pressure cylinders. The size of one of these cylinders can range from a small lecture bottle containing oxygen to a large tank containing propane. In addition, cryogenic liquids are contained in cylinders. Cryogenic gases are liquefied gases that are kept in their liquid state at very low temperatures and high pressures. Examples of cryogenic liquids include liquid nitrogen and liquid helium.
Treatment Plant Laboratory Safety $17.99/view
  Treatment Plant Laboratory Safety program focus is on all the risks of laboratory work. With this in mind, let's concentrate on some of the most important issues. A lot of people are mistakenly under the impression that working in a lab is just about the safest and cushiest job in the organization. Well, nothing could be further from the truth. As you know, you are busy and the lab contains numerous chemicals, processes, and equipment that can cause injury, make you ill or in some cases, result in death.
University Laser Safety $17.99/view
  University Laser Safety - Laser safety is a critical part of any university's laboratory safety program. The purpose of this laser safety program is to provide you with guidance in the safe use of lasers. It is designed for students and professors working with lasers and for others that can come into contact with laser radiation in the laboratory. More detailed safety information specific to your laboratory can be found in your Laser Safety Manual. In addition to laser safety this program will include a brief discussion on the classification of lasers.
 
 
 

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