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On-Demand Micro Classes
Biosafety Basics for Laboratory Workers
Biosafety Basics for Laboratory Workers provides an initial framework for the practices
and principles laboratory workers should use when working with toxins and infectious
- State the practices, training, safety equipment, and special designed laboratory buildings to
ensure workers in the community, and environment are protected from accidental exposure or
unintentional release of infectious biological agents and toxins.
- Explain risk assessment frameworks and processes.
- Identify ways to lower exposure to infectious biological agents through engineering controls.
- Explore administrative controls and lab safety regulations.
- Explain the rationale for and types of personal protective equipment (PPE).
How To Implement A Biosafety And Biosecurity Program
How To Implement A Biosafety And Biosecurity Program summarizes the effective practices, principles, and controls used to integrate biological safety and security protocols into existing and new laboratory operations.
- Fluency in the principles needed to start a biosafety and biosecurity program.
- Define the inherent risks encountered in a facility handling biological agents.
- Comprehension guidances, inventory systems, training, and risk communication protocols.
- Explain various controls implemented in a biosafety and biosecurity program.
- Explore biosafety program roles and structures.
Understanding The OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard
Understanding The OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard details the current regulations explains if your organization is subject to its law, and how to properly integrate the standard into existing medical surveillance, health, and safety programs.
- Identification of common biohazardous materials found in the laboratory, clinical setting, and manufacturing facility.
- Fluency in the responsibilities and expectations of both employers and employees as stated by the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.
- Standard operating procedures for common microbiological work practices to avoid infections.
- List of necessary documents required by a facility handling bloodborne pathogens.
- Explanation of special considerations for sharps and various waste streams.