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  • Laboratory Safety Training

Although the environmental and safety conditions in most laboratories are generally no more dangerous than any other working environment, significant and serious hazards do exist. Laboratory safety procedures address hazards like poisons, infectious agents, flammable, explosive, or radioactive materials, moving machinery, extreme temperatures, and high voltage. In laboratories where these conditions might exist, safety precautions are of utmost importance.

TPC Training Systems' Laboratory Safety procedures training series offers a unique line of training courses to address everyday safety issues in laboratory environments.


Compressed Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory

The energy possessed by a compressed gas cylinder can make it a virtual missile if...


Electrical Safety in the Laboratory

Today, laboratories rely on a vast array of electrically powered equipment. To work safely with...


Flammables and Explosives in the Laboratory

Flammables and explosives are some of the most dangerous materials used in a laboratory. When...


GHS Safety Data Sheets in the Laboratory

Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly...


Laboratory Ergonomics

Many of the activities performed in a laboratory can exert stress and strain on muscles...


Laboratory Hoods

Many of the materials used in laboratories give off fumes, mists, vapors, particulates or aerosols...


Laboratory Safety: 12 Program Package

A laboratory can be a dangerous place, but with the daily pressures to get things...


Orientation to Laboratory Safety

A laboratory can be a dangerous place, and with the daily pressures to get things...


OSHA Formaldehyde Standard

While formaldehyde is used in many laboratory operations, it can still be a significant health...