Regardless of what specific research is being conducted in your lab, safety is essential. Much like the heavy machinery operator needs to know his front loader will work properly, so too is it critically important to ensure your laboratory technicians will be safe and lab processes completed correctly.
One important part of this equation is the safety inspection. By conducting your own regular safety inspections of your rotor and taking steps to ensure safe operation, you can greatly minimize risk in your lab while simultaneously boosting function and efficiency.
Protect Yourself in the Lab
You’re ready to retrieve some samples from your lab centrifuge right before your break when the phone in your pocket buzzes and a coworker drops a flask across the lab. While you’re looking over your shoulder at the mess and thinking about the clock you reach for the centrifuge…
Accidents can happen in an instant with long-term consequences. You can protect yourself and your coworkers by following all safety procedures and relying on well-engineered equipment in your lab.