Traditionally, controlling exposures to occupational hazards in a laboratory setting is a fundamental method of protecting researchers. However, during a pandemic where contagion is also a real threat to researcher safety, how can the hierarchy of controls can be applied to the campus community setting?
Join Robin Izzo of Princeton University and Frankie Wood-Black of Sophic Pursuits as they discuss protective equipment expectations, best practices for physical distancing, and ventilation considerations for both laboratory and public spaces on open campuses.
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What You Will Learn:
- Advantages and challenges of using personal protective equipment for community protection
- Best practices in physical distancing and peer coaching in the teaching and research settings
- Ventilation considerations in managing COVID concerns
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