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Handling Sharps
Handling Sharps - presentation

calandra-b

Needles and broken glass. Needles. Always . point sharps away from you and other people. . In . general, do not recap sharps. . If . you need to cap, . use the . one-handed scoop . method. . If your lab uses lot of sharps and must recap them, .

Disposal of Sharps and Lab Waste
Disposal of Sharps and Lab Waste - presentation

tatyana-ad

Always dispose of in a sharps container:. Needles. Syringes (with or without needles). IV tubing with needle. Lancets. Scalpel blades. If contaminated with biohazardous material:. Razor blades. Broken glass.

Disposal of Sharps
Disposal of Sharps - presentation

kittie-lec

Tess Anderson . Mary Caitlin Dominguez . Improper Disposal of Sharps . Needle Stick Injuries . Potential Infection (HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, tetanus, syphilis, etc) . Containers with sharps may open in garbage trucks or land fills .

SHARPS INJURY PREVENTION
SHARPS INJURY PREVENTION - presentation

calandra-b

Learning Objectives. Identify the different types of sharps.. Identify risks posed by needles and other sharps.. Recall safe practices for needles and other sharps.. Recognize sharps that have engineered sharps injury protection..

Biohazard and Sharps Safety
Biohazard and Sharps Safety - presentation

tatiana-do

Advanced Animal Science- Safety . Prepared by: . Ben Black. Objectives. Identify the different types of hazards. Explain types of biohazardous waste. Locate proper disposal areas. Animal Medicines. Medicines, including vaccines, play an important role in the control and prevention of animal disease..

In some areas it is illegal to dispose of sharps in the trash. Please
In some areas it is illegal to dispose of sharps in the tras - pdf

cheryl-pis

Sharps container with vertical drop slotSharps container with horizontal drop slot GET A SHARPS CONTAINERKwikpoint assumes no liability for any action(s) a user may or may not take as a result of usin

Sharps cause Cuts
Sharps cause Cuts - presentation

min-jolico

Examples from . Learning Experience Reports (LER). Injuries caused by sharps. Two researcher recently reported being cut by sharps. . Cut by a . pastuer. pipette that broke as it was being removed from a rubber tubing. .

UF Bloodborne Pathogen Training
UF Bloodborne Pathogen Training -

brambani

Program 2011. *. Biological . Safety Office. Environmental Health & Safety. www.ehs.ufl.edu. 352-392-1591. bso@ehs.ufl.edu. Sharon Judge, PhD. Assistant Biosafety Officer. *Portions of this presentation were edited and adapted for clinical dentistry applications at UFCD by the Office of Clinic Administration..

UF Biomedical
UF Biomedical - presentation

jane-oiler

Waste Training. Biological Safety Office. Environmental Health & Safety. 352-392-1591. www.ehs.ufl.edu. bso@ehs.ufl.edu. What is biomedical waste?. Biological vs. biomedical vs. hazardous. Regulations.

2012 UF Biomedical
2012 UF Biomedical - presentation

pamella-mo

Waste Training. Biological Safety Office. Environmental Health & Safety. 352-392-1591. www.ehs.ufl.edu. bso@ehs.ufl.edu. Segregation, handling, labeling, storage, transport & treatment of waste are regulated. .

UF Biomedical
UF Biomedical - presentation

alida-mead

Waste Training. Biological Safety Office. Environmental Health & Safety. 352-392-1591. www.ehs.ufl.edu. bso@ehs.ufl.edu. What is biomedical waste (BMW)?. What are the regulations concerning BMW?.

[Nancy Kimmel ]
[Nancy Kimmel ] - presentation

lois-ondre

[. Instructor]. ]. [Spring . 2010]. THE SHARPS INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM AT. . [. IPHLEBOTOMY CAREER TRAINING]. 1. Aims and objectives. To provide information about the sharps injury prevention program within .

Key signatures
Key signatures - presentation

trish-goza

Key sigs as rules. Order of sharps/flats. Circle of 5ths. Enharmonic keys. Any pitch can be Do.. We move Do around to accommodate ranges of various instruments, quality of sound, and personal preference..

University of Alaska Fairbanks
University of Alaska Fairbanks - presentation

sherrill-n

Environmental Health, Safety, & Risk Management. Laboratory Sharps: Handling and Disposal. November 2010. 1. Overview. Scope and purpose of training. What is a laboratory sharp?. Proper handling of sharps.

University of Alaska Fairbanks
University of Alaska Fairbanks - presentation

phoebe-cli

Environmental Health, Safety, & Risk Management. Laboratory Sharps: Handling and Disposal. November 2010. 1. Overview. Scope and purpose of training. What is a laboratory sharp?. Proper handling of sharps.

What is  AAALAC International?
What is AAALAC International? - presentation

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AAALAC International is a voluntary accrediting organization that enhances the quality of research, teaching, and testing by promoting humane, responsible animal care and use.  It provides advice and independent assessments to participating institutions and accredits those that meet or exceed applicable .

HIV Transmission, Testing and Diagnosis
HIV Transmission, Testing and Diagnosis - presentation

briana-ran

Anele. Waters, RN, BSc (. Hons. ), . MRes. HIV Research Nurse. North Middlesex Hospital, UK. HIV Transmission. HIV is . NOT. transmitted via . saliva, tears, sweat, faeces or urine. UNLESS. There is a visible presence of blood.

University of Florida Biological/Biomedical
University of Florida Biological/Biomedical - presentation

mitsue-sta

Waste Training. Biological Safety Office. Environmental Health & Safety. 352-392-1591. www.ehs.ufl.edu. bso@ehs.ufl.edu. Sharon Judge, PhD. Associate Biosafety Officer. Biological waste - Solid or liquid waste which may present a threat of infection to humans, animals, crops, or natural ecosystem.

University Chemical Hygiene Plan 2010  p. 55-56
University Chemical Hygiene Plan 2010 p. 55-56 - presentation

sherrill-n

Hazardous Waste Disposal. September . 20, . 2011. Containers should not be stacked, instead call for pick-up. Separate . halogenated . from . non-h. alogenated . liquids. Bulk Chemical Waste. Containers must be closed at all times during storage, except when waste is being added or removed.

Pitch Salience in Tonal Contexts and Asymmetry of Perceived
Pitch Salience in Tonal Contexts and Asymmetry of Perceived - presentation

alexa-sche

Richard . Parncutt. Centre . for Systematic Musicology, University of Graz, . Austria. Craig Sapp. CCARH. , Department of Music, Stanford . University. Society for Music Perception and Cognition. Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY.

Quia   Tier 2 Quarter 2
Quia Tier 2 Quarter 2 -

clustik

. Week 1 . Sixteenth Notes. Note Name: . SIXTEENTH NOTE. Note Duration: . ¼ Count. Counting Sixteenth Notes. 4 sixteenth notes = 1 beat. 1 e + a. =. Rhythm Counting. 1 e + a 2 e + a (3_4) 1 e + a 2 + 3 e + a (4).

Medical  Devices Awareness
Medical Devices Awareness - presentation

trish-goza

An Associated University Hospital of Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Aims and Objectives . By the end of this . session, . you should be able to:. Explain what a medical device is. State how medical .

Needlestick and
Needlestick and - presentation

alida-mead

Sharps . Training. Environmental Health and Safety. Sharps. What are sharps?. Importance of sharps safety.. Sharps disposal.. Do not recap.. Emergency response.. What are sharps?. Sharps are objects that can penetrate .

Sharps, Flats, and  Enharmonics
Sharps, Flats, and Enharmonics - presentation

pamella-mo

A.K.A. . The Black Keys. Sharps. Sharp-. raises. a pitch a half step (sounds higher). Notation- . #. The middle of the sharp sign must be in the same location as the note. #. Note is third space, center of sharp is third space….they must match!.

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