Laboratory Hazard Assessment and Risk Reduction

Course Code

SBCHEM-SAFETY-03-CO

Course Type

Instructor-Led

UC Core Competency

Resource Management

Training Topic

Environmental & Occupational Safety

Course Description

A ten-minute presentation concerning hazard assessment and risk reduction in the design and execution of laboratory experiments. A good introduction for students new to the research setting, as well as a refresher for more experienced researchers. Designed to be presented at a professor’s group meeting for the benefit of students and postdoctoral researchers within the group.

More Information

Scheduled by request. Please contact Alessandro Moretto, Chemical Laboratory Safety Officer for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the College of Engineering, at moretto@chem.ucsb.edu.

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