Keep Covered – Laboratory HoodsLearn More
Many laboratory materials give off fumes, mists, vapors, particulates or aerosols that are hazardous.
Key Safety Showers & Eye Wash TechniquesLearn More
Knowing the proper procedures for using safety showers and eye washes can prevent serious injury or possibly ev...
Laboratory Emergency PlanLearn More
Minimizing damage and preventing injuries in laboratory emergencies is too important to ignore.
Laboratory Safety 101Learn More
A laboratory can be a dangerous place, and with the daily pressures to get things done, employees can be tempte...
Learning Laboratory Safety TechniquesLearn More
Most work stations are messy and need to be organized.
Lessons on Laboratory Compressed Gas CylindersLearn More
Examine how gas cylinders work, potential hazards, and proper storing techniques in this microlearning course.
Prevent Contamination in the LaboratoryLearn More
Find out what causes of laboratory contamination and what can be done to prevent it.
Preventing Laboratory ExplosionsLearn More
Prevent flammable materials from exploding in the laboratory.
Science of Electric SafetyLearn More
Electrical workers suffer the highest number of electrocutions per year.
Shattered – Handling Laboratory GlasswareLearn More
Broken glassware causes more laboratory accidents than any other hazard.
The OSHA Formaldehyde StandardLearn More
The OSHA Formaldehyde Standard training needs great detail for it to work.
Using GHS Safety Data SheetsLearn More
Refresh employees in the requirements of OSHA's adopted GHS regulations with this course on compliance.