- Introduction to Lab Safety
- Hazards Found Inside the Lab
- Access to Laboratory Information
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Usage of PPE
- What is a Sharp?
- Lab Signs and Labeling
- Safety Equipment
- Facility Design
- What is Decontamination?
- How to Deal with Spills and Accidents
- Waste Management
Other Lab Safety Training Presentations
General Laboratory SafetyDate Created: 2008 Number of Slides: 27 Osha Regulation: This powerpoint presentation is compliant to OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1450. Created by: n/a
Laboratory Safety by Nicholls State UniversityDate Created: 2010 Number of Slides: 52 Osha Regulation: This powerpoint presentation is compliant to OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1450. Created by: Nicholls State University
Lab Safety by Massengale’s Biology JunctionDate Created: 2001 Number of Slides: 25 Osha Regulation: This powerpoint presentation is compliant to OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1450. Created by: Massengale’s Biology Junction
Biological Lab Safety PPT
This presentation on Biological Laboratory Safety is produced by The University of Sheffield. We should know that there are additional hazards from using biological materials. Topics included are: What legislation applies, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regs 2004, Protective Clothing, Blood & bodily fluids, Spillages, Laminar Flow Cabinets, & more.
Lab Safety Symbols PPT
This presentation is provided by Mrs. Page, a teacher in Korea International School. Safety symbols are natural sights in any laboratory. The use of these symbols will not be effective if we are not aware of their meaning, so here is an overview of the basic safety symbols we may encounter in the laboratory. Safety Symbols for: Eye Protection, Sharp Objects, Electrical Safety, Animal Safety, Heating Safety, Chemical Safety, Hand Safety, and Plant Safety.
Safety and Rules of the Lab
This presentation on Safety and Rules of the Lab is provided by Greenwood School District 50. Information on lab safety must be given in order to maintain a safe environment. Topics included are: Safety Symbols, Eye Safety, Proper Attire, Hand Safety, Sharp Objects, Heating Safety, Chemical Safety, Animal Safety and Plant Safety.
How to handle laboratory waste?
This presentation is provided by Dept. of Botany & Zoology Stellenbosch University. These hazardous wastes should be given proper label and must be placed in a safe and designated area. The type of container to keep these wastes are also identified for safety measures. Other topics included are: Hazardous Waste, Chemical Waste Compatibility, Packaging of chemical waste, Labeling, Storage, Collection Procedures and Biological Waste.
Chemistry Lab Safety PPT
Clarkson University provided this presentation on Chemistry Laboratory Safety Procedures. Chemistry Laboratories has major differences from other labs and these result in different safety procedures as well. In general, a chemistry lab deals mainly with chemicals which should be handled with great precaution. These procedures are discussed in this presentation for safety maintenance. Other topics included are: Chemical Hood Safety, Working with Volatile Chemicals, Fire and Heat, Chemical Handling, How to use the Safety Equipment.