BME – Laboratory Safety Training Videos List

I. Required

1. HAZWOPER Electrical Safety Training 

Duration: 20:47

Summary of the main points:

– Learn the electrical hazards
– Know the electrical shock
– Learn how to prevent the electrical shock

2. Hand and Power Tool Safety Training

Duration: 16:06

Summary of the main points:

– Know how to use the hand tool safely
– Know how to maintain the hand tool
– Learn how to use the PPE

3. Orientation to Laboratory Safety 

Duration: 11:55

Summary of the main points:

– Know your materials and their SDSs
– Read your chemical hygiene plan
– Utilize personal protective equipment
– Check all of your equipment
– Keep the work area clean
– Know what to do in an emergency

4. Preventing Contamination in the Lab 

Duration: 10:20

Summary of the main points

– Know what material you work with
– Wear personal protective equipment (PPE)
– Use engineering controls
– Maintain good housekeeping practices
– Work carefully

5. Safety Showers and Eyewashes in the Laboratory 

Duration: 8:36

Summary of the main points

– Know your safety shower and eyewash locations
– Keep routes to showers and eyewashes clear
– Know steps to take in an emergency
– Get immediate medical attention

6. GHS Safety Data Sheets in the Laboratory 

Duration: 17:09

Summary of the main points

– SDS’s provide chemical information
– SDS’s are much link MSDS’s
– Some SDS information appear on labels
– Include 16 sections:
+ Section 1: Chemical product and company identification
+ Section 2: Hazards indenfication
+ Section 3: Composition/information on ingredients
+ Section 4: First aid measures
+ Section 5: Firefighting measures
+ Section 6: Accidental release measures
+ Section 7: Handling and storage
+ Section 8: Exposure controls – personal protection
+ Section 9: Physical and chemical properties
+ Section 10: Stability and reactivity
+ Section 11: Toxicological information
+ Section 12: Ecological information
+ Section 13: Disposal considerations
+ Section 14: Transport information
+ Section 15: Regulatory information
+ Section 16: Other information

II. Optional

1. How To Use A Chemical or Laboratory Hood

Duration: 14:45

Summary of the main points:

– Be sure your hood is set up correctly
– Work six inches inside the hood
– Don’t use hoods for storage
– Pay attention to monitors and keep sashes down
– Recertify hoods regularly
– Prepare yourself for emergencies

2. Flammables and Explosives in the Laboratory

Duration: 14:57

Summary of the main points:

– Know your chemicals’ characteristic
– Be aware of ignition sources
– Ventilate fumes and vapors
– Handle and store mateirials carefully
– Be prepared for mergnecies

3. OSHA Formaldehyde Training Video

Duration: 14:54

Summary of the main points:

– Know the hazard
– Be awate of your mateirals
– Know how to protect yourself
– Be prepared for accidents

4. Lab Worker Ergonomics Training

Duration: 12:30

Summary of the main points:

– Arrange your materials
– Use neutral positions
– Avoid repetitive motions
– Have good lumbar support
– Practice good lifting habits
– Exercise

5. Laboratory Safety for Compressed Gas Cylinders 

Duration: 8:36

Summary of the main points:

– Understand the gases you work with
– Know how to handle cylinders
– Know the devices used with cylinders
– Be prepared for any emergency