MAY 17, 2018 09:00 AM PDT
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Protect Your Evidence, Protect Yourself: Advanced Enclosures for Forensic Labs
SPONSORED BY: Labconco
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CME/CE/CEU) CREDITS: P.A.C.E. CE | Florida CE
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Speakers:
  • Product Manager, Labconco Corporation
    Biography
      Kelly Williams, is a Product Manager for Freeze Dryers and Evaporators at Labconco Coporation. Kelly has helped Labconco customers with their application and equipment needs for more than 17 years. She has a BA in Biology and an MBA in marketing. Prior to working with Labconco, Kelly conducted endocrinology research in a Biochemistry Lab.
    • Product Manager, Labconco Corporation
      Biography
        David Wasescha is a Kansas City based Product Manager for Labconco Corporation. David manages Labconco's particulate containment enclosures for nanotechnology and pharmaceutical applications. Although a microbiologist at heart, David has also worked in pharmaceutical analytical chemistry. Other products in David's portfolio include water purification products, glassware washers, and glove boxes. David joined Labconco in 2015.

      Abstract:

      DATE: May 17, 2018
      TIME: 9:00AM PDT, 11:00AM CDT

      Learn how to provide the greatest protection for you and your evidence with the latest enclosures designed specifically for forensic labs.  This webinar will discuss how to safely handle fentanyl and other high potency drugs. A fume hood is not the best containment choice for these compounds.  Learn how to automate your super glue fuming process so your prints are optimized each and every time you CA fume. Finally, you will discover how you can reduce the risk of contamination to your self and your evidence during the drying process.

      Learning Objectives:

      • How to safely contain dangerous, high potency drugs
      • How to automate your super glue fuming process
      • How to safely dry evidence covered in biological hazards

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