Biotechnology



OSHA General Industry 10 hrs Training
This training program provides information for safe practices governed by OSHA standards for General Industry Workers, Worker rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint, as well as identification, prevention and remediation of workspace dangers will be discussed. Instruction time is 10 hours minimum with additional time for testing and discussions. Students passing the test on the last day of class will receive OSHA certificates. OSHA cards are mailed within 90 days. * An $8 fee for OSHA cards will be collected during the first class. Students MUST attend all class sessions to receive their certificate and OSHA card. (12 hours) $179

3/21 - 4/11               3:30pm - 6:30pm              Wednesday         Bedford          ROY
CAR 840 30                18842                               HH 109

4/24 - 5/15              3:30pm - 6:30pm               Tuesday             Lowell            O’HARE
CAR 840 80                 18840                              LC 103


COMING SUMMER 2018!

NOTE: These courses will take place at MASY BioServices 10 Lomar Park Drive, Pepperell, MA. To be placed on a waiting list please contact career_training@middlesex.mass.edu or 781-280-3663

Equipment Calibration
In this 10-hour course, students are introduced to the fundamentals of a successful calibration program. Among the topics included are: SI units, accuracy and precision, lab compliance, calibration procedures and records, traceability, and continuous process improvement. There is a hands-on component that includes calibration of several pieces of laboratory equipment. In addition, students will have an opportunity to visit a local industry calibration lab. A certificate will be granted upon successful completion of this course. This course will take place at Masy BioServices 10 Lomar Park Drive, Pepperell, MA (10 Hours) $199

5/29 – 6/7                6:00pm - 8:30pm             Tuesday/Thursday

Equipment Validation
In this 10-hour course, students are introduced to the fundamentals of equipment commissioning and validation. Among the topics included are: Regulatory requirements and guidelines, procedures and techniques, and practical applications. There is a hands-on component that includes commissioning and validation of several pieces of equipment using typical validation instruments. A certificate will be granted upon successful completion of this course. This course will take place at Masy BioServices 10 Lomar Park Drive, Pepperell, MA (10 hours) $199

6/19 – 6/28               6:00pm - 8:30pm               Tuesday/Thursday

 

                    

 

Last Modified: 11/8/17