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Workplace safety encompasses all aspects of laboratory research. Proper technique when working within a Class II Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC) is critical for ensuring the safety of laboratory personnel, their research products, and the surrounding environment. This infographic will illustrate how to prevent common workflow hazards, such as liquid splatter, aerosol control, and air turbulence.

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Biosafety Cabinet Ergonomic Tips

Scientists often spend several hours sitting at their biological safety cabinet (BSC) each day, making ergonomic operations a necessity. Proper working technique will help prevent everyday soreness and repetitive motion injuries. This short infographic will show you some basic tips on how to work more comfortably inside your BSC and what sort of accessories can help minimize physical stress.

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10 Tips for Cleaning a Liquid Spill in a BSC

Accidents happen, don't panic. Even the most seasoned lab technician will eventually spill something in their biosafety cabinet. Taking precautionary measures before and during your work with hazardous materials will help keep you and your colleagues safe. This short white paper details some expert safety tips in case of a liquid spill based on the standards described in the NIH's "Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories" (BMBL).

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Working Safely in a Biosafety Cabinet

Biosafety cabinets are complex machines with constant moving parts. Using proper technique when working inside a BSC will help preserve containment and avoid cross-contamination. This short video series will teach you how to safely work with bio-hazardous material inside your biological safety cabinet.

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Benefits & Risks of UV Light in Your BSC

The use of ultraviolet (UV) lights in biosafety cabinets (BSCs) have enjoyed a long history. The current version of the NSF International Standard dismisses the use of UV in a BSC. The CDC and NIH, in their joint pamphlet “Primary Containment for Biohazards: Selection, Installation and Use of Biological Safety Cabinets, 3rd Edition” have taken a similar stand. American Biological Safety Association (ABSA) has, to date, made no official pronouncement. This short white paper delves into the international discussion of weighing the pros and cons on employing UV light in a BSC.

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