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Worker safety is a critical component of compliance as well as sustaining a healthy and safe work environment. This became more evident than ever during the peak of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
There are many different standards, laws and guidelines that set the parameters for worker safety in clinical pathology. While there may be distinct differences among the various safety protocols, they all focus on optimal worker safety.
This program centers around worker safety in clinical pathology settings, which includes using the proper PPE as well as understanding the regulatory compliance behind safety requirements. Several of the applicable standards and guidelines that will be discussed include OSHA, USP 800, CAP Standards, and CDC.
Learn about the challenges and improved techniques in blood collection of human and animal research with Sol M's new patented safety technology.
The journey of going from visual to automated diagnosis.
The importance of Sol M safety feature solutions to prevent the serious risks associated with needlestick injuries.
Each laboratory has their own unique characteristics in their workplace environment. The Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) adopted a generic standard entitled "Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories." The intent is to minimize or completely eliminate exposures and risks when working with hazardous chemicals in the lab. Brady will walk you through how to identify safety needs in your unique environment.
From basic chemistry to complex digestions, the right fume hood exists for every application. In this presentation we will discuss chemical fume hoods and how to identify the proper hood for customers specific needs. Knowing what questions to ask and where to go for help will simplify your process and ensure everyone is set up for success.
This session will highlight products and strategies that promote memorable student learning experiences.
Laboratory plastics are critical to scientific research, but these plastics often have a high environmental impact. Analysis shows that a large portion of this impact, in some cases nearly 60%, comes from the manufacturing process. You can dramatically improve the environmental footprint of your laboratory by choosing Labcon's Earth Friendly products, manufactured in the United States.
Uses and applications of water across various industries and why it's so critical.
The growing push for 3D cell culture models is limited by technical challenges in handling, processing, and scalability to high-throughput applications. To meet these challenges, we use our platform, magnetic 3D bioprinting, in which cells are individually magnetized and assembled with magnetic forces. In magnetizing cells, not only do we make routine cell culture and experiments feasible and scalable, but we also gain fine spatial control in the formation of spheroids and more complex structures. This presentation will focus on recent developments using this platform, particularly in cancer biology and immunology.
Automation pipet tips have performance, cleanliness and specification demands that exceed manual pipette tips. Labcon will present how creating high quality automation tips relies on molding techniques, dimensional control, lab testing, and volume analysis to ensure perfect performance.
Working with labs to make the most of their automation devices
Millions of people around the world are sickened or killed due to food or waterborne pathogens. The efficiency of sample processing, testing, analyst skill and reference materials all play a role in producing accurate results to ensure the safety and fitness of the world’s food and water supplies. Most countries have regulations and limits for the safety of food and water for human consumption. In this webinar, we look at the impact of sample processing and testing on the true determination of food safety. We will examine the best practices for sample handling and guide attendees through the pitfalls which can detrimentally effect sample result accuracy.
Due to the complexity of cannabis product matrices, sample preparation for cannabinoid testing is very challenging. Accurate extraction and analysis procedures are required to ensure correct labelling of cannabinoid content. In this talk, we will talk about simple and accurate sample preparation methods for analysis of cannabinoids in several matrices such as hemp bud, hemp oil, chocolate, gummy, candy, and cream.
MP Biomedicals food testing and plant research solutions using SafTest and FastPrep systems.
In this session we will help you gain an understanding of a Class II BSC's role in the rapidly growing cell and gene therapy market. We will cover key product concepts, application-specific requirements, and unique options for novel instruments used to process these unique therapies.
Discuss how there are various ways to collect cells for cell therapy and then go into how our blood collection items can be a part of that solution.
Discuss ways to visualize cellular viability and fluorescence applications.
Sample preparation solutions for environmental and agricultural research using homogenizers and kits.
During this presentation we will look at the methods for performing microbial testing of liquids. We will review the equipment and discuss some troubleshooting of the more common issues when using the equipment.
Increase your knowledge of the attributes to look for when choosing laboratory supplies (and stretch your budget in the process).