Harvard offers weeklong course on safety issues in laboratory design

The Harvard School of Public Health is offering a weeklong course on health and safety issues in laboratory design May 6-10 in Boston.

By Healthcare Facilities Today


The Executive and Continuing Professional Education department of the Harvard School of Public Health is offering a weeklong course on health and safety issues in laboratory design May 6-10 in Boston. 

“Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations” is an interactive course featuring guided tours of newly constructed or renovated laboratories, workshop sessions, and case studies designed to give participants insight from expertly built laboratories.

The course teaches a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to design where architects, designers, facilities engineers, health and safety professionals, and laboratory users work together to understand the needs of all team members as well as the goals of the project. 

Individuals involved in using, managing, maintaining, designing, or constructing new laboratories or renovating existing laboratory facilities are encouraged to attend, including:

Architects
Building planners and owners
College or university campus planners
Construction engineers
Environmental health and safety professionals
Industrial hygiene and safety professionals
Laboratory facility engineers and scientists
Laboratory managers and supervisors
Laboratory owners’ representatives
Project managers and engineers
 
The course fee is $2,395.00. For more information and to register, click here.


April 24, 2013


Topic Area: Architecture , Training


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