There are three ways to take LSI’s course:
1. A certificate of attendance and CEU’s
2. A certificate of successful completion (with testing) and CEU’s
3. Either of the above options plus 1-3 graduate credits (requires additional project work and registration fees) from the University of San Diego.
LSI is currently working on the development of certification program for Laboratory Safety Officers.
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Are you aware of a safety certification training course for the college/university chemistry laboratory? A colleague of mine is researching it for the county college. I sent him to the ACS website, and there is a lot of information, but not a separate course. I know you have sent me links in the past for ACS webinars. Do you know of a laboratory safety training course that college students can take online and receive a certificate of completion? Flinn has them for MS and HS, but not college level.
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