The Office of Regulatory Affairs and Research Compliance (ORARC) in conjunction with the HSPH Laboratory and Biological Safety Focus Forum (LBFF) is committed to providing on-going support and education to the HSPH research community. Join our lab managers, researchers, and research staff for these education/training sessions including presentations, panel discussions, as well as time for questions and answers.
|Lab and Biosafety Focus Forum Jeopardy!|
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Whether as a contestant or an audience member, join us for our upcoming LBFF Jeopardy session for a fun yet educational morning of questions, prizes, and food. Teams will compete in answering Jeopardy questions related to Laboratory Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Waste Management, PPE, EH&S and various other laboratory fun facts.
RSVP by Feb 9th: firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you would like to be a contestant or audience member!!!
|Liquid Nitrogen Training: Proper Practice, Procedures, and Protections|
May 15, 2014
Does your lab uses, handles or stores cryogenic liquids? Are you familiar with the hazards associated with the use of Liquid Nitrogen?
This session will focus on the best practices in the use of Liquid Nitrogen. The session is designed for both new and experienced staff. Discussion topics will range from understanding the properties of liquid nitrogen and hazards posed by uncontrolled release or improper use of liquid nitrogen to basic safe working procedures (including the handling, storage and shipping of cryogenic vials) to proper procedures and personal protective equipment to wear while working with Liquid Nitrogen.
|Principles of Steam Sterilization|
September 18, 2014
This training provides an overview of steam sterilization concepts and best practices for effective sterilization. Information on the hazards of operating autoclaves, as well as safety practices and personal protective equipment will be provided.
|Waste Water Management and Lab Recycling|
January 15, 2014
This education session will cover waste water management, including proper drain disposal of materials, frequently asked questions, and lessons learned from recent MWRA violations at Harvard.
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