How to Improve Your Lab's Safety: Answering Your Questions
Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 2-3 pm ET
What is the best way to improve safety culture in your laboratory? We have gathered a panel of chemical and laboratory safety experts to tackle the most challenging safety issues and questions posed in previous webinars. Join Dr. Joseph Pickel, CCHO, Research Support Group Leader at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Debbie Decker, CCHO, the Safety Manager in the Chemistry Department at UC Davis and Ralph Stuart, CIH, CCHO, the Chemical Hygiene Officer at Keene State College during this free interactive broadcast as they discuss the technical and cultural safety issues that are relevant to small, medium, and large labs alike as well as take your questions live.
What You Will Learn
- What safety skills transfer from the academic laboratory to chemistry work in other sectors
- How does the institutional setting (national lab vs. research university vs. primarily undergraduate institution) impact the style and substance of a safety program
- What are the key information resources that safety professionals rely upon to help chemists perform chemistry safely
- How can chemists and other scientists find a career in chemical safety
- Creating a Lab Safety Culture for Industrial Chemists, Educators, and Grad Students – Open Access ACS Safety Webinar
- Reshaping Chemical Lab Safety: Creating a Dynamic and Adaptive Safety Environment – Open Access ACS Safety Webinar
- Creating a 21st Century Chemical Research Laboratory: Hazard Assessments and Fundamentals – Open Access ACS Safety Webinar
- 10 years after Sheri Sangji’s death, are academic labs any safer? - Chemical & Engineering News
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