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A recreation and posting of the near-miss reporting form from Using Incident Reporting to Integrate Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment into the Unit Operations Lab was approved by the authors of the work. These authors are: Prof. Samira M. Azarin at University of Minnesota, Dr. Christopher Barr at University of Michigan, Dr. Janie Brennan at Washington University in St. Louis, Prof. Tracy L. Carter at Northeastern University, Prof. Amy J Karlsson at University of Maryland, and Dr. Sarah A Wilson at University of Kentucky.
|Video Name/Description||Website Location||Attribution|
|Outfit for Safety||https://safeche.engin.umich.edu/courses/laboratory-and-process-safety/||Produced by the University of California, San Diego Chemistry Department|
|University of Michigan Electrical and Computer Engineering Safety Videos: “Safety Gear”, “The Sloppy Lab”, “Evacuate”, and “Food in the Lab”||https://safeche.engin.umich.edu/courses/laboratory-and-process-safety/||Produced by University of Michigan Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Lab Safety Videos: “How to Use an Emergency Safety Shower” and “Glove Removal Safety”||https://safeche.engin.umich.edu/courses/laboratory-and-process-safety/||Produced by EHS at Iowa State University|
|Prof. Fogler’s virtual seminar at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.||https://safeche.engin.umich.edu/about/what-and-why/|
|Graduate Program in Chemical and Biochemical Process Engineering at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro|