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Trainings provide at the INSTN Grenoble, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Nano: objects et technologies: use the basic knowledge needed for innovation in the coming years.
  • Nano-characterization for the study of materials and structures: use the main characterization methods of suitable and optimized materials to study the surfaces, the interfaces, nanomaterials and nanostructures. Analyze available information by several physical techniques. Describe the potentialities and the limitations of the different techniques.
  • Nanomaterial risk control - awareness: staff in contact with nanomaterials in the research phase, formulation, production, maintenance, cleaning,… Safety Engineers, facility managers, heads of Laboratories where are manipulated nanoparticles. Exposed personnel.
  • Nanomaterial risk control - retraining: identify the potential “nano” risks related to nanomaterials, whatever the training at the workstation. Revise and update the knowledge of the initial session.

Individual certifications:

  • Nanomaterial potential risk control for preventionists - NanoPrev: identify and evaluate the potential risks related to operations carried out as part of missions. Organize the preservation of health and the worker safety.
  • Nanomaterial potential risk control for preventionists - retraining (R-NanoPrev): update its knowledge and aquire the last available data concerning the identification and evaluation of potential risks related to the operations implemented nanomaterials, the health conservation and the worker safety organizations.
  • Nanomaterial potential risk control for operators - OpéraNano: identify and evaluate the potential risks related to workstation operations with nanomaterials.Apply the safety instructions. Adopt the good behavior in deteriorated situation.

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