Tuesday, May 18, 2021
1 PM EDT
We will discuss risks within laboratories during this discussion, some of the current engineered controlled devices we currently have in place, and the opportunity we have to improve safety. We will also take a deep dive into the safety behind filtration science to ensure the safety of molecular air filtration technology. We will transition to a typical lab's overall energy consumption, how this can be reduced, and the importance of understanding the environmental impact labs have on our environment.
We will specifically be discussing:
- Typical engineered controlled systems in place—how they work and how can they be improved.
- Standards in place to enhance safety—precisely the AFNOR NFX 15-211 standard.
- How filtration can work together with current engineered controlled systems to enhance safety within the lab.
- Energy impacts of today’s acceptable technologies—specifically ducted fume hoods.
- How labs can be designed with flexibility in mind, reducing CapEx and OppEx.
- Holistic approaches to safety from the moment a chemical enters the throughout the complete lifecycle, reducing exposure limits.