Chapter 1: Introduction
Learn the basics of how NuAire Biological Safety Cabinets are designed to offer optimal personnel, environmental and product protection.
Chapter 2: Understanding the Biosafety Cabinet
Biological Safety Cabinets were designed to remove or minimize exposures to hazardous biological materials and hazardous particulates. It is the principal device used to provide containment of infectious splashes or aerosols generated by microbiological procedures.
Chapter 3: Proper Preparation
Learn steps to take before you begin work in your Biological Safety Cabinet. A proper biosafety or operations manuals will specify practices and procedures designed to minimize and eliminate risks.
Chapter 4: Using Proper Procedures and Techniques
The use of proper procedures and equipment cannot be overemphasized in providing primary personnel and environmental protection. The Biological Safety Cabinet is not a substitute for good laboratory practice and proper aseptic technique.
Chapter 5a: Experience Ergonomics
An important part of a safe work environment is making sure it is ergonomically designed to work with you, not against you. When you work in a NuAire Biosafety Cabinet, you’ll experience a comfortable, ergonomically designed workspace.
Chapter 6: When Work is Completed
After work has been completed proper protocols must be followed to decontaminate the biosafety cabinet to avoid potential contamination risks.
Chapter 7: Maintenance & Certification
Proper preventative maintenance, yearly maintenance, and certification are needed to maximize your products life as well as keep up to date with industry standards to eliminate safety hazards.