Laboratory safety handbook

University of Southern Mississippi | 15/04/2011
Tipología Laboratorios (p) Servicios Hospitalarios Servicios Centrales Diagnóstico y Tratamiento Laboratorios Varios Documentación Documentos Laboratory safety handbook

In January, 1990, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enacted the regulation entitled Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories (29CFR1910.1450 - commonly called "The Lab Standard"). This standard deals specifically with hazardous chemical recognition, safe use, storage, and disposal.
There are many hazards present in laboratories besides hazardous chemicals. Non-chemical lab hazards include compressed gases, cryogenic fluids, biohazards, electrical hazards, mechanical hazards, radiation, and radioisotopes. Non-chemical hazards are discussed in the latter part of this publication. This handbook provides basic information for many important topics concerning laboratory safety. It is neither a complete nor comprehensive presentation of lab safety. Additional information may be
obtained by calling the Department of Science Safety at 266-4933.
I. Introduction
II. Publications
III. Committees
IV. Laboratory safety surveys
V. USM laboratory safety
VI. Chemical hazard classes
VII. Types of exposures and control methods
VIII. Particulary hazardous
IX. Standard safety
X. Chemical hazard
XI. Chemical procurement
XII. Chemical storage
XIII. Prior approval
XIV. Safety and emergency
XV. Personal protective
XVI. Fume hoods
XVII. Biological safety
XVIII. Medical consultaion
XIX. Waste segregation
XX. Compressed gases
XXI. Electrical safety
XXII. Biological safety
XXIII. Electromagnetic
XXIV. Chemical Incompatibility Chart

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