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Laboratory Ventilation: How Protecting from Laboratory Hazards can be Sustainable

June 12, 2024
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Abstract:

Ventilation and sustainability are not often considered two things that go well together. However, innovative engineering and forward thinking has made sustainable ventilation for common laboratory hazards a reality. Today’s laboratories need to not only be efficient, but flexible – ensuring the lab is up to the task of any researcher that comes along. Join us as we explore how fume hoods and biosafety cabinets have adapted to meet the current demands for sustainability and flexibility requirements, while also incorporating more advanced safety features for enhance personnel protection.

Speakers

Beth Dille is a Product Manager at Labconco
Elizabeth Dille, Ph.D.
Product Manager
Labconco

Beth is the Product Manager of Biosafety and Powder Containment products at Labconco Corporation (Kansas City, MO). She is actively involved in the design, testing, and use of Class II Biosafety Cabinets at Labconco. She regularly attends the annual conferences for American conferences. She maintains active knowledge of NSF/ANSI Standard 49 as well as other relevant safety standards in relation to laboratory safety. Beth holds a B.S. in Animal Science from Southern Illinois University and a Ph.D. in Molecular and Integrative Physiology from the University of Kansas.Biological Safety Association International (ABSA), Controlled Environment Testing Association (CETA), Canadian Biosafety Symposium (CABS) and well as several other industry related.

Kasey Fulmer is a Product Manager at Labconco
Kasey Fulmer
Product Manager
Labconco

Kasey is the Product Manager of Fume Hoods at Labconco Corporation (Kansas City, MO). He has extensive of various industry standards such as NFPA 45 and ANSI/ASSP Z9.5 and the fume hood containment testing standard ASHRAE 110. He is heavily involved in the design, testing, and use of fume hoods. Kasey has his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Missouri (Kansas City).