Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday December 10, 2014
Without exception, all laboratories operate under various federal, state and local regulations designed to ensure both employee and public safety, and to ensure ethical and responsible conduct of research. Developing and implementing effective occupational health and safety compliance is accomplished through needs assessments, hazard analysis, monitoring, training, and through analysis of accident and incident history. Join our interactive discussion as our health and safety expert explains some of the details of developing an effective and compliant health & safety training program.
As an Attendee, You Will Learn About:
- Developing and implementing operating procedures and practices for personnel and facilities
- How to establish, conduct, and determine the effectiveness of training
- Procedures involving lab-specific equipment training
- Implementing management strategies towards managing safety and compliance
Chandini Revanna has been the director of Academic & Research Environmental Health & Safety and Research Compliance at West Texas A & M University since 2012. The functional business services she serves under Academic and Research Environmental Health and Safety and Research Compliance include: chemical safety, biosafety, laser safety, industrial hygiene, indoor air quality, laboratory safety, emergency response, respiratory protection, ergonomics, occupational health, risk assessment, SOP reviews, accident and incident investigation, IBC, IACUC, compliance, chemical hygiene and lab safety committees, developing and conducting face-to-face trainings including biosafety and ergonomics.
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