The Laboratory Safety
Institute Training Courses

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The Laboratory Safety Institute

A partnership between The Laboratory Safety Institute (LSI) and the Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) brings valuable laboratory safety training and courses to CIC members. Through this collaboration, CIC members gain access to LSI’s comprehensive selection of in-person and online courses at a member discounted rate of 10% that is applied using code:memberCIC-Labsafety at the point of purchase.

2-Day Lab Safety Course

Packed with gripping safety “fail” stories and sprinkled with humor, this course goes beyond regulatory compliance, helping you create a safer lab and a safer life!

Topics covered include legal aspects of safety, OSHA lab standard, fire control, labeling, biological and animal hazards, eye and face protection, handling chemical reagents, and more.  

Chemical Hygiene Officer Course

This course was developed as the prep course for the National Registry of Certified Chemists (NRCC) CHO Certification Exam.

Biosafety in the Laboratory

Topics covered include guidelines and regulations, biotechnology and biosecurity, decontamination and disinfection, laboratory-acquired infections, disposal and shipment of biological materials/wastes, facility and equipment design, and medical surveillance.

You’ll walk away versed in the use of key reference tools and apps to assess biological risk and establish appropriate levels of containment.

Lab Waste Management

This course focuses on the proper handling and disposal of hazardous waste. It covers the EPA, RCRA, and DOT regulations for labeling, segregation, storage and transportation, along with waste disposal “tricks of the trade”: working with waste service vendors, and other legal disposal options that may be available.

If you encounter any issues during the registration process or have any questions, please email or complete the online contact form.

Take the lead in Canada’s thriving chemical science, and engineering community.