SANBio in partnership with the Laboratory Safety Institute (LSi) and Seeding Labs is bringing students, scientists and researchers who are any stage of their career a FREE laboratory safety best practices during Covid-19 virtual course.
The virtual course will be hosted on Thursday, 5 August 2021 by LSi Founder and President Emeritius, James Kaufman.
According to Kaufman, the virtual one-hour training is set to provide participants with dozens of simple and inexpensive answers.
“Over the past 40 years, one question has occurred over and over again. Whether I am in Chicago or Nairobi, "How can I convince my colleagues that safety is important and that I am serious about it. participants can expect to learn how to communicate more effectively with their colleagues about lab safety,” Kaufman said.
Participants can also look forward to getting an in-depth look at the four most important elements in a good lab safety program.
Date: 5 August 2021
Time: 17h00 – 18h00 CAT
Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAtdeCgqz0sE9ztxQ-fqtkRsNgSrDLDLdIG
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About the Laboratory Safety Institute
The Laboratory Safety Institute (LSi) is a nonprofit educational institution providing safety courses and consulting for chemical laboratories worldwide.
Over the past 40 years, they have taught courses to more than 100,000 people in 30 countries, spanning 130 different industries, including research, high-tech, government, medicine, and academia. LSi courses open eyes with real-life stories that teach unforgettable safety lessons. The organization also help schools and corporations to improve their safety policies and programs, reducing injuries (and resulting lawsuits) and helping businesses be OSHA compliant.
Currently, LSi is one of the main sponsors for the SANBio and Seeding Labs Pandemic Lab Safety Challenge that seeks to promote safe laboratory practices during the time of COVID-19 for scientists in labs with limited resources.