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LSI offers one to five day lab safety courses for one to three semester hour graduate academic credits via affiliation with the Universit y of San Diego. 
James A. Kaufman, Ph.D.
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In a message dated 1/28/2011 12:13:31 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, LISTSERV**At_Symbol_Here** writes:

Excuse the cross-posting:

Are there any institutions that offer a safety course (quarter- or semester-long) for academic credit?  This would be outside of course work for a degree in health and safety.  I know there are institutions that require lab safety training before students can begin work but I=E2=80=99m interested in an academic course, either required or elective.




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