Laboratory technicians often work with chemicals for many years and have acquired the basics in a laboratory training in the distant past. In practice, the knowledge is lost over time. Then it is wise to follow an update course. As a company or organization, with this e-learning course you no longer have an excuse not to train your employees. The course is presented in clear and comprehensive online presentations about working with hazardous substances in the lab
About the course
This online course contains multiple modules and topics:
- Legislation and regulations on the storage, transport and use of hazardous substances.
- The classification according to the GHS, WMS and ADR as well as the properties of substances.
- Safety in the lab, reading MSDSs and wearing PPE.
- The PGS15 and the separation of substances.
- Dealing with calamities involving hazardous substances in the lab.
A preparatory training is not required. This is a basic course of dangerous goods that can be successfully completed by anyone who works for it. Therefore, we have not provided a recommended time for the course.
Certificate and duration
The course is concluded with a test with multiple choice questions. If the student has a score of 70% or more, he or she will receive the Certificate E-learning Working with hazardous substances in the lab. The course takes about 4 hours depending on the time that is put into it. We recommend that you go through all modules at least twice, so that the knowledge stays in place.
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Indicate in the ordering process whether you are ordering the course only for yourself (ie 1 student) (indicate “individual”) or whether you are ordering for a number of students (indicate “group”). By clicking on ‘group’ you can also choose whether you also purchase the course for yourself (tick ‘enroll me’) or whether you only want to purchase the course for your employees (you leave ‘enrolll me’ empty). In the dashboard after logging in you can purchase courses and you can see how employees are progressing with their course. So you keep the overview.
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