NAOSMM Safety - Training
This training page has the goal of providing information on the many vast areas of laboratory safety training to the NAOSMM membership. The information presented will be for getting trained as well as training others. The offerings may include outlines, requirements, and complete presentations. This specific page can only be as good as what the membership puts into it. Therefore, you are encouraged to contribute!
Yale University has manytraining links on their Environmental Health & Safety website.Lab Manager Academy Webinar Series offers many free webinars throughout the year. These online courses could qualify for credit toward CSMM certification. http://www.labmanager.com/academy
* Negotiation Boot Camp®: Protect yourself in our challenging economy by making sure that you learn the 10 essential skills of successful negotiators in this live webinar. - Wednesday, January 9, 2013 @ 1-2 pm
You will also be able to watch the past webinars. Follow the previous link, go to the bottom of the page, select and watch the recorded webcasts. These are posted about a week after the webinars. Past webinars include:
* Making Time Work For You
* Digital Manners: e-Mail etiquette to get the best results in YOUR lab
* How to Motivate Employees in Today's Lab
On the Job Webinar Series - Grainger offerssafety webinars and recording of past webinars.The Labs Team at EPA's Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery offers webcast training on the Academic Laboratories Rule for Hazardous Waste that is available for viewing on theirWEBSITE.
Interactive Public Health Instruction - CDC Learning Connection offers amazinge-learning products at no cost. Among the options is bioterror risk training.
Laboratory Biosecurity Training - The CDC offers freeLaboratory Biosecurity Online Training that is based on the 5th Edition of the "Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories" (BMBL).
School Laboratory Safety Courses - Flinn Scientific, Inc. offers free onlinelab safety courses. Created primarily for middle and high school science teachers, these videos have very useful information for NAOSMM members.
Safety - With a Twist presented by Tara Grove, MS, Otterbein College and Victoria Sample, NRCC-CHO, Missouri Western State University
Safety - With a Twist Tips by Tara, Victoria and other NAOSMM members
DOT: A Guide to Developing a Hazardous Materials Training Program
Whitman College: Hazard Communications