Laboratory Biosafety, Parts 1-2 (US)

Laboratory Biosafety, Parts 1-2 (US)

When you work in a laboratory environment, you need to know what infectious materials are present and how to manage the associated risks. Take this course to learn about how exposure to infections materials can occur and to take an in-depth look at the components of the risk management process used to determine appropriate biosafety levels for clinical and research laboratories. You will also learn about common classification systems used with potentially infectious biological materials and biosafety levels that describe containment standards for these materials. This course describes the duties of the laboratory director, as well as pertinent regulations regarding transportation and importation of agents and vectors capable of causing human disease. Finally, this training will provide the definition and purpose of laboratory biosecurity and associated components as well as an overview of facility and biosafety level requirements for research laboratories dealing with infectious diseas

$ 29.95
CEU 0.1
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Course Outline

Understanding Risk (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Routes of Exposure    

  • 3. Classification Systems    

  • 4. Risk Assessment    

  • 5. Activity: Risk Assessment    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Controlling Risk (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Engineering Controls    

  • 3. Administrative Controls    

  • 4. Work Practice Controls    

  • 5. BSCs, Sharps and Waste    

  • 6. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)    

  • 7. Spill Procedures and Emergencies    

  • 8. Conclusion    


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Laboratory Biosafety, Parts 1-2 (US)

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