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Components of a Safety Program

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A comprehensive health and safety program should be taken as seriously as the quality of the laboratory's work product. The onus is on the safety officer to ensure that the program meets the needs of the laboratory, fits into the overall scheme of the laboratory, and meets all necessary state and local requirements. The components of the safety program covered in this section are intended as an outline for the minimum standards necessary when developing a program. Further development may be necessary.

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NOTE TO USERS: The President’s DNA Initiative DNA Analyst Training program and assessment were completed and published in 2005, in cooperation with the National Institute of Justice. The science and techniques in the program are sound and proven, however, program content has not been updated to include tools and technologies developed and in use after 2005, including many kits and robots. Assessment questions address only content delivered in this program and may not contain the full range of tools in use in your laboratory.