Inspections are conducted at least annually to ensure safety and compliance with all applicable lab safety regulations and guidelines
When are lab coats necessary? When should gloves be worn? What types are best?
Recent statistics have shown that chemical spills and fires are two of the most common accidents occurring in labs.
Researchers should have a working understanding of the fundamental requirements and concepts of the laws and regulations that affect laboratories across the country
Life has nine hazards: chemical, physical, biological, mechanical, radiation, noise, hi/lo pressure, electrical, and stress
We list some of the most common lab safety rules out there, to help you whether you’re developing or updating a set of policies for your own lab
The Safety Guys want to alert you to potential physical hazards typical of many research, academic, and production laboratories
Improperly managed hazardous wastes pose serious threats to human health and the environment
In order to maintain a safe workplace and avoid accidents, lab safety symbols and signs need to be posted throughout the workplace