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Laboratory Safety
This session is designed for lab workers in general industry. Laboratory work requires knowledge, skill, and attention to detail. Laboratories have a variety of safety and health hazards. Employees need to understand each hazard and take proper precautions to protect themselves and co-workers at all times. The purpose of this online laboratory safety training course is to teach employees lab safety requirements to ensure that they know how to prevent accidents, injuries, and illness on the job. The main objective of this session is to make sure that employees know what they need to do to protect themselves and others on the job. By the time this course is over, you should be able to, understand the Chemical Hygiene Plan, identify laboratory hazards, take proper precautions to protect yourself, and act effectively in an emergency.
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