In an emergency situation, your employees need to think quick. While many laboratory workers go their entire career without ever having to utilize a safety shower or an eye wash, the moment can strike at any time. To maintain a safe workplace, all laboratory workers must know where these crucial pieces of safety equipment are located and how to operate them to protect themselves from serious injury or even save a life.
This training course on safety showers and eye washes in the laboratory gives your staff a quick but thorough understanding of how to use this equipment safely, as well as emphasizes the importance of quick action after chemical splashes or spills in a laboratory.
Safety Showers & Eye Washes in the Lab Training Course Topic Overview
- Getting to eye washes and safety showers in an emergency
- Operating showers and eye washes
- Exposure to corrosive substances
- Testing eye wash and shower equipment.
- Using showers and eye washes properly
Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials to run a successful training class with little to no prep time, including:
- Safety Showers & Eye Washes in the Lab Training Video developed by industry experts
- Safety Showers & Eye Washes in the Lab training leader’s guide
- Printable documents, including:
- Training outline
- Compliance Manual
- Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
- Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
- Employee Quiz and Answer Key
After completing this coursework, your employees will understand how and when to use a safety shower and eye wash station. This course works best in conjunction with in-person training that covers equipment location and use in your specific facility.
Who should take this course?
Employees, supervisors, and managers who work in a laboratory setting where hazardous chemicals are used, handled, stored, or transported.. This training is suitable for new hire orientation, refresher training, or to train the trainer.
This program is available in English or Spanish. The DVD is available individually or as part of NSC’s 12-program Laboratory Safety Series.