[Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the laboratory with Your Biosafety Cabinet

September 12, 2016 John Peters

Good technique when working within a Class II Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC) will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.

Here are some tips for good technique that will maximize potential protection of personnel, product, and environment.

10 Tips for Working Safely in the laboratory with Your Biosafety Cabinet

 

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John Peters

Helping educate laboratory professionals about the proper selection, use, and maintenance of capital equipment throughout their lifespan to maximize your results. John Peters is the Marketing Director at NuAire, Inc. with a BS in Marketing with over ten years of experience the in Biological, Chemical, and Pharmaceutical containment equipment industry. John works closely with product engineers, industry professionals, and global standards to translate product specifications and best practices into easy to understand content.

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