There are many potential health hazards to those of us who work in modern research laboratories.  Some of the obvious ones include working with harmful chemicals which are necessary for many of the procedures that are performed from day to day.  However, some of the less obvious health hazards from laboratory work include injuries from repetitive motions, such as pipetting.

Make safety your priority!  Your work would be much more difficult and complicated to carry out without good health.  The saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  In general, it’s very difficult to reverse the effects of an injury after it has occurred, but the successful prevention of an injury is always 100% effective.

Here is some information that I’ve gathered on the subject of Safety:



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