Working Safely in Your Biosafety Cabinet

From start up to shut down, learn how to work safely in your biosafety cabinet.

  • [Webinar] Biosafety Cabinet Introduction Webinar37:58

    [Webinar] Biosafety Cabinet Introduction Webinar

    Learn some of the basic about biosafety cabinets (BSC) and how to go about selecting the right bsc for your application.

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  • [Video] Chapter 1: Introduction to Biosafety Cabinets1:37

    [Video] Chapter 1: Introduction to Biosafety Cabinets

    Learn the basics of how NuAire Biological Safety Cabinets are designed to offer optimal personnel, environmental and product protection.

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  • [Video] Chapter 2: Understanding the Biosafety Cabinet1:33

    [Video] Chapter 2: Understanding the Biosafety Cabinet

    Biosafety Cabinets (BSCs) a are designed to remove or minimize exposures to hazardous biological materials and particulates.

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  • [Video] Chapter 3: Proper Preparation - The 4 Steps to Take Before You Begin Work in Your Biosafety Cabinet4:40

    [Video] Chapter 3: Proper Preparation - The 4 Steps to Take Before You Begin Work in Your Biosafety Cabinet

    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.

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  • [Video] Chapter 4: Using Proper Procedures and Techniques with the Biosafety Cabinet3:47

    [Video] Chapter 4: Using Proper Procedures and Techniques with the Biosafety Cabinet

    The use of proper procedures in the Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) cannot be overemphasized in providing primary personnel and environmental protection.

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  • [Video] Chapter 5: Working in your Biosafety Cabinet4:41

    [Video] Chapter 5: Working in your Biosafety Cabinet

    Proper technique when working within the BSC will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.

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  • [Video] Chapter 5a: Biosafety Cabinet Ergonomics2:08

    [Video] Chapter 5a: Biosafety Cabinet Ergonomics

    An important part of a safe work environment is making sure it is ergonomically designed to work with you, not against you.

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  • [Video] Chapter 6: When Work is Completed in the Biosafety Cabinet3:30

    [Video] Chapter 6: When Work is Completed in the Biosafety Cabinet

    After work has been completed proper protocols must be followed to decontaminate the biosafety cabinet to avoid potential contamination risks.

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  • [Video] Chapter 7: Maintenance and Certification of a Biosafety Cabinet5:14

    [Video] Chapter 7: Maintenance and Certification of a Biosafety Cabinet

    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.

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  • [Video] BenchTip: 10 Tips to Working Safely in your Biosafety Cabinet4:58

    [Video] BenchTip: 10 Tips to Working Safely in your Biosafety Cabinet

    Learn 10 working safely tips when working in a biosafety cabinet.

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

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

    Good technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.

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  • Multiple Users in a Class II Biosafety Cabinet

    Multiple Users in a Class II Biosafety Cabinet

    This is an age old question that comes every now and then. First in reference from the BMBL (Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories), a clear 12-inches (305 mm) should be present...

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  • [ebook] 10 Steps to Cleaning a Spill in a Biosafety Cabinet

    [ebook] 10 Steps to Cleaning a Spill in a Biosafety Cabinet

    It happens at some point to even the most seasoned laboratory technician that a spill occurs within the Biosafety Cabinet (BSC). Here are a few steps to cleaning a spill in a BSC.

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  • [Tip] Why You Should Work at the Proper Biosafety Cabinet Sash Window Level

    [Tip] Why You Should Work at the Proper Biosafety Cabinet Sash Window Level

    Class II Biological Safety Cabinets, or BSCs, provide vital personal, product, and environmental protections in the laboratory setting. BSCs go through a certification process to meet the...

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  • [Presentation] Tips for Working Safely in your Biosafety Cabinet

    [Presentation] Tips for Working Safely in your Biosafety Cabinet

    Learn a few tips about how to work safely in your Biosafety Cabinet (BSC).

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  • [Tip] Never Cover the Airflow Grill on a Biosafety Cabinet

    [Tip] Never Cover the Airflow Grill on a Biosafety Cabinet

    The front airflow grill on a biological safety cabinet performs the important job of separating the clean air inside the cabinet from the contaminated laboratory air outside.

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

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

    Ten tips to help you use the proper aseptic technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) to minimize air turbulence and prevent the spread of aerosols.

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  • [Infographic] Biosafety Cabinet Operating Label

    [Infographic] Biosafety Cabinet Operating Label

    Learn the proper use procedures from start up to shut down when using your Biosafety Cabinet.

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  • [Infographic] 5 Biosafety Cabinet Reminders

    [Infographic] 5 Biosafety Cabinet Reminders

    We asked NIH National Biosafety and Biocontainment Fellows what some of the most common mistakes made when working with a Biosafety Cabinet.

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  • [Bulletin] When to Replace My Biosafety Cabinet

    [Bulletin] When to Replace My Biosafety Cabinet

    Biosafety Cabinets have a 15 year useable life. Read this bulletin to answer the question when to replace your biosafety cabinet.

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