COVID 19 Lab Safety


Laboratory Safety Officer Dan “The Lab Safety Man” Scungio of Sentara Healthcare discusses his efforts to assist safety leaders in improving their biosafety programs, regulatory compliance, and staff readiness to make laboratories a safer place to work. Dan Scungio emphasizes the value of training, explains why biosafety cabinets (BSCs) are crucial to the safe handling of infectious specimens, and reveals what he sees for the future of biosafety.



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