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Lab Safety, Lab Relocation, Lab Moves, Laboratories

Required Plans and Permits for Starting a New Laboratory

Setting up a new lab space is a careful and specific process that must follow legal requirements. Along with a business plan, your lab must also have the funds for equipment, space, staff, and the correct permits. A lab move, unlike other operations, demands a...
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EHS Training Programs, Lab Safety

3 Must-Have Topics to Cover in Lab Safety Training

When a new lab employee is hired, they must receive a lab safety orientation training. Lab safety orientations cover important safety plans and procedures, such as the facility’s Chemical Hygiene...

Environmental Health and Safety, Lab Safety, DEA, Pharmaceutical

Top Safety Risks in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical manufacturers and their employees face genuine and significant health and safety concerns. In certain circumstances, the dangers are similar to those seen in other industries. In other...

Lab Safety, Facility Maintenance, Lab Decontamination

Common Sources of BSC Contamination to Watch Out For

Routine cleaning of your biological safety cabinet (BSC) is necessary to decrease the risk of contamination and to maintain a sterile research environment. Contaminants can include bacteria, mold,...

Lab Safety, Lab Relocation, Lab Moves, Lab Decontamination

6 Ways to Manage Risk When Planning a Lab Relocation

Performing a lab relocation requires careful planning and a strong team to find a new facility, move lab chemicals and high-stakes equipment, and thoroughly decontaminate your previous lab....

Inspections, Compliance, Lab Safety, Lab Move, Lab Relocation, Laboratories, EHS Management

Moving to a Wet Lab Space? Here Are Three Important Phases of Your Move

Whether you’re a hospital, private incubator space, or a university, achieving safe and compliant operations in both an incubator and dedicated working lab space can be difficult. Many factors go...

Lab Safety, Hazardous Chemicals, Life Sciences

6 Safety Practices for Highly Hazardous Lab Chemicals

The laboratory is a place of experimentation and exploration, but it can also be a place that poses risks to workers. Especially since they are constantly exposed to the possibility of injuries if...

Lab Safety, Life Sciences, Coronavirus

The Latest on Reopening Your Lab: 6 Key Steps You Won't Want to Skip

As most states are in some phase of reopening, every business must put together a plan to prepare their facility to bring people back to the workplace. Each state has different requirements...

Decontamination, Lab Safety, Coronavirus

5 Key Steps to Get Your Organization Ready to Return to the Labs

We are in unprecedented times. The restrictions state and local governments have implemented for the past eight weeks or more have appeared to have flattened the curve and reduced the spread of...

Lab Safety, Life Sciences, Lab Decontamination

Incubator, Cold Room, and Biological Safety Cabinet Contamination

Preventing and remediating contamination in incubators, cold rooms, and biological safety cabinets allows your organization to run a smoother operation, reduce equipment downtime, and create a safe,...
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