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Working Safely With Chemicals in the Laboratory

Christine Gorman

Working Safely With Chemicals in the Laboratory

by Christine Gorman

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Genium Pub Corp .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SCI013000,
  • SCI,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Chemistry - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8384490M
    ISBN 100931690692
    ISBN 109780931690693
    OCLC/WorldCa34307074

    American workers use tens of thousands of chemicals every day. Businesses can improve worker well-being through eliminating or reducing hazardous chemicals, consider using the OSHA Toolkit: Transitioning to Safer Chemicals. Chemical hazards and toxic substances pose a . individual. A responsible, considerate worker with an understanding of the working of the laboratory, its equipment, basic chemistry, common sense, and an instinct for self-preservation will have little trouble with laboratory and chemical guidelines or chemical safety. The staff cannot oversee or supervise operations all the time.

    VII. Working with E. coli I. Safety Procedures A. Chemicals A number of chemicals used in any molecular biology laboratory are hazardous. All manufacturers of hazardous materials are required by law to supply the user with pertinent information on any hazards associated with their chemicals. This information is supplied in the form of Material. As a chemistry student working in a laboratory, you must learn how to work safely with these hazards in order to prevent injury to yourself and others around you. You must make a constant effort to think about the potential hazards associated with what you are doing, and to think about how to work safely to prevent or minimize these hazards as.

    working in U-M laboratories from hazardous chemicals and promote a healthy and safe work environment. The CHP includes information to ensure that all laboratory personnel have working knowledge about the hazardous chemicals they use. The CHP is also intended to provide information on best practices in laboratory health and safety. Introduction •Wide range of chemicals are used in research laboratories of the Institute, each with its own inherent hazards. •An understanding of the potential hazards and precautions required in handling of chemicals is of outmost importance in preventing exposure to chemicals and Size: 1MB.


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