Kaufman, James A.
April 2013
Lab Manager Magazine;Apr2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p42
The article focuses on the integration of safety orientation program in organizations. It states that the orientation program should include the policies, philosophy and procedures. It mentions that one must ask potential employees on their knowledge regarding laboratory safety. It adds that the use of safety equipment and how to deal with emergencies must be explained to new students, employees and staff.


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