Difficulties and Solutions of Laboratory Safety Education in Colleges and Universities

Rui YANG

Abstract


Laboratory safety education is an important element of the lab safety management system and an important means of the risk management and control of labs. Focusing on enhancing the level of lab safety education, we will strengthen the safety and occupational health education of lab personnel by constructing a three-level safety education system, faculty team, and expanded educational channels that consists of ‘school-department-laboratory’, and improve lab safety and environmental protection awareness. In addition, we will promote scientific improvement of the lab safety management and risks control in colleges and universities.


Keywords


Laboratory safety education; Teaching resources of education; Education system; Course design

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