Ensure Accuracy and Safety with a Free eLearning Course on How to Weigh in Harsh Environments

Ensure Accuracy and Safety with a Free eLearning Course on How to Weigh in Harsh Environments

METTLER TOLEDO (Switzerland) - Do you know your exposure risk when handling toxic substances? Or the most common error sources when weighing powders? METTLER TOLEDO’s eLearning course “Safe Weighing under Harsh Conditions” will help you eliminate errors and improve safety—even when weighing under the most difficult environmental conditions.

Especially when handling potentially toxic substances, operators must abide by general safety precautions. They must be trained and use these precautions consistently to ensure safety not just for themselves, but for the entire lab.

When considering common lab workflows, however, it is easy to overlook weighing because of its simplicity. But just like any other workflow, weighing offers the potential to come into direct contact with sample substances. This is particularly true if these workflows have not been thoroughly reviewed and are subject to environmental factors.

A free, 50-minute eLearning course from METTLER TOLEDO will help you learn how to best structure weighing procedures to ensure safety.

This includes how to:

  • protect the operator
  • handle sample materials
  • mitigate environmental or physical influences

 

The eLearning will also discuss risk/protection types, safety enclosures, handling toxic substances, and error-free weighing.

A final test will be given at the end of the course. After successful completion, a certificate will be generated that is suitable to be stored with your internal training records.

Take weighing safety to the next level. Learn more or register for the eLearning course today.

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