6 Essential Lab Safety Rules
How To Guide Oct 12, 2018 | by Ju Lin Tan, PhD
Understanding and appreciating the hazards that lurk in the laboratory is imperative for any scientist in order to keep themselves (and their samples!) safe and well.
Download this guide to learn about:
- PPE and safe use of laboratory equipment
- Handling biological samples safely
- How to ensure your laboratory is a safe environment
- What to do if things go wrong!
- Safe waste disposal
These are the basic, essential guidelines that every laboratory should adhere to when handling sensitive or delicate samples - all in one handy download.
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