If your lab employees handle glassware of any kind, this video should be considered necessary training for your staff. This "Safe Handling of Laboratory Glassware" video will show your lab workers how to properly handle beakers, flasks, bottles, jars, tubing and more. As you know, lab glassware is very fragile. However, the breaking of the glass might not be the biggest issue. In fact, it might be what's inside the container that is most important. If your glassware breaks it could cause contamination or other serious injury. This training video teaches lab workers how to use the proper glassware for the proper substance as many chemicals might react to glass. Further, the video discusses heating glassware, and the fact that certain procedures like vacuum or gas producing processes might require specialized glassware. |
Specific emphasis is placed on training the lab worker for properly handing the glassware, what personal protective equipment should be worn, and how to properly transport lab glass. Finally, the video discusses the proper technique to stir materials inside lab glass containers as well as when to know that a piece of glassware is faulty. If you have lab workers who use glassware, then this training video will teach them how to use it safely, and prevent accident and injuries while completing their job duties. This program is available on a DVD, USB Stick, or you can also purchase the training via our online safety training program.
This lab glassware safety training video is 13 minutes long and you can view a full-length preview of the video below.
What's Included In The Box?:
- All of our training videos include a separate disc that contains the following additional resources:
1) A Leader's Guide that the instructor can use to help facilitate the training and provide additional verbal support to the video. It also includes a sample outline for the training session including an agenda
2) An employee quiz on the material that was taught in the video
3) Answer key to the quiz
4) An attendance sheet to keep track of who was trained, when the training occurred, who was the instructor, etc. This allows you to keep a record of your training session.
5) A printable "Certificate of Completion" that you can give to each employee who attends the safety training session