Lunch Break Series

August 10, 2022 @ 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET

Performing a Biorisk Management
Gap Analysis

How do we know our Laboratory Safety Programs are working? As part of a continuous improvement process, laboratory directors should consider facilitating a biorisk management gap analysis with their staff on an annual basis. This process allows for organizations to determine if their safety programs are achieving specific objectives and what steps must be taken to meet those objectives which are not being met.

Participants attending this session will be provided the Safer Behaviors Gap Priority Number (GPN) Matrix - which can be used to facilitate a gap analysis and prioritize organizational gaps.

Training on Demand

Safer Behaviors provides a wide range of training programs focusing on biological risk management and professional development. Each course offered is self-paced, utilizes a learning management system platform, and provides participants with a video recording, presentation slides, and certificate of completion.

Course tuition is listed by each course. Please contact us with any questions or to discuss training on demand packages for organizations.

Introduction to Laboratories and Safer Behaviors

September 27 - 30, 2022 | 12:00 - 4:00 PM ET

This is a 16-hour online course with LIVE lectures, team assignments, module examinations, and certificates of completion for participants who score an 85% or better on the final examination.

Upon completing this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Differentiate the differences between BSL1, BSL2, BSL3, and BSL4.

  2. List the four primary controls of biosafety.

  3. Discuss inherent and residual risk factors.

  4. Describe several safety surveillance programs.

  5. Perform a biorisk management gap analysis.

  6. Evaluate, validate, and verify standard operating procedures.

  7. Discuss the ISO35001 Biological Risk Mitigation Standard.

  8. Identify strategies for increasing situational awareness in the laboratory.

  9. Describe the containment philosophy and workflow.

  10. Discuss the different types of biosafety cabinets.

  11. List the steps for effective donning and doffing of PPE.

  12. Demonstrate the BEAKING METHOD.

  13. Respond to biological spills in the laboratory.

  14. Discuss laboratory emergency preparedness and response strategies.

  15. Identify and manage personality differences in the laboratory.

  16. Integrate emotional, behavioral, and biorisk management intelligence strategies.

Course Tuition is $750.00 USD and includes course manual, access to training platform, and certificate of completion for students who successfully complete the program.

Space is limited.

Safer Behaviors in BSL2 and BSL3 Laboratories

Come visit us at our training center! Our next in-person training session will take place October 2022. Stay tuned - more information to come.

Behavioral Sciences & Laboratory Safety

This program is an annual program, offering LIVE SESSIONS each month, access to a podcast on Biorisk Leadership, PACE credits and so much more. Our next program will start November 2022. Stay tuned for more information.

More training opportunities coming.

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