Safety knowledge checklist
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The following tool guideline is originally published in the Complete Guide to Laboratory Safety, Third Edition by Terry Jo Gile. Click here for more information.
Keeping safety training fresh is crucial to compliance. Bookmark safety websites and sign up for saferty e-newsletters that will keep you informed of the latest information. Start a file for each subject either on your computer or in a hard copy in a drawer so that when September rolls around, you won't have to frantically search for information.
Your lab's OSHA 300 Logs also may suggest where additional training is required. It is helpful to verify all employees' knowledge of required safety procedures at least annually.