Driving a Culture of Safety in Your Laboratory
White Paper

Driving a Culture of Safety

White Paper

Build Personal, Process, and Environmental Safety into Every Experiment

Providing a safe and healthy workplace is a core responsibility of every employer across the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. However, products are often developed and produced under complex or extreme conditions and present inherent risks to people, processes, and the environment. Properly addressing these risks requires robust safety practices.

Tools and techniques that allow for automation and a better understanding of research, development, and manufacturing processes help to establish and sustain a culture of safety while also speeding project timelines. This featured white paper outlines methods and tools that can be employed to mitigate risk and prevent any mishaps from occurring. Key aspects of safety are highlighted across three main areas:

  1. Occupational Health and Safety
    Monitoring processes carefully, ensuring reaction and process conditions are chosen safely, and minimizing exposure to unsafe materials are critical for maintaining the well-being, engagement, and productivity of scientists.
  2. Process Development and Risk Assessment
    Early identification of unsafe and non-viable reactions during the development process can optimize the deployment of scarce resources and enable a workplace that is free from injuries.
  3. Environmental Responsibility
    The environment may be impacted because of incidents and accidents, the nature of the products, or simply due to waste of resources. By making processes and businesses eco-friendly, the environment and the business both benefit.

Download the white paper today to:

  • Find helpful examples and case studies from peer companies related to safety best practices
  • Learn how to identify critical risks related to the three key themes
  • Learn how to leverage the latest tools and techniques to establish and drive a culture of safety
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