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From Ph.D. to Safety: Brown BioCon Recap

This past October, Safety Partners had the opportunity to speak at Brown University’s BioCon Seminar. The BioCon Seminar series is focused on bringing in speakers, with higher degrees in the life sciences, to speak with post-docs, graduate students, and med students about diverse career paths outside of academia.

January Events in Biotech

We’re excited to host and attend these events in January! We hope to see you (virtually) at one of these events

Remember to Post OSHA Form 300A!

OSHA Form 300A, Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, is used to summarize the recordable injuries and illnesses for the previous year and includes the number of days work was lost or restricted, and the types of injuries and illnesses that occurred.

Safety Doesn’t Break for Parties: IANM V5

With the holidays, there’s a guarantee of rushing around which makes errors more likely to happen in the lab. Many people are typically off on vacation which adds another variable for accidents to happen. Learn how to prevent accidents this season with this ‘near miss’ from our publication Incidents, Accidents, and Near Misses Volume 5

Have you Conducted Your Annual Fit Testing?

The OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard requires that respirator fit testing be performed initially (before the employee is required to wear a respirator), and it must be repeated at least annually when respirator use is required.

Have You Conducted Refresher Safety Training in 2020?

It’s not too late to conduct your annual refresher safety training! With all the COVID 19-related changes that everyone has had to make in the workplace this year, it’s easy to see how this requirement could slip through the cracks.