Basic Information Overview Ober Group Lab Safety Tutorial

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Basic Information Overview Ober Group Lab Safety Tutorial

Appalachian State University, US has reference to this Academic Journal, Ober Group Lab Safety Tutorial 2/15/2010 Overview Basic Information General Lab Safety Housekeeping Hazardous Waste in addition to Used Oil Glass Disposal in addition to Regular Trash Syringes Fume Hoods Pumps Gas Cylinders Chemical Safety/Chemical Inventory Electrical Hazards Mercury Hydrofluoric Acid Emergencies New Ober Group Safety Procedures Questions? Basic Information Lab Safety Manual in addition to Chemical Hygiene Plan ehs.cornell /LRS/LSM.cfm Hard copy in Thurston333 MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) ehs.cornell /msds/msds.cfm Hard copy in Thurston 333 OSHA requires that employees have access so that MSDS?s within 5 minutes Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) located in each lab Safe handling instructions in consideration of highly hazardous, highly toxic in addition to carcinogenic chemicals Hazard Assessment Signage Program (HASP) signs on the door of each lab Hazard identification sign indicating primary hazards, responsible persons in addition to contact information, updated annually Cornell Environmental Health in addition to Safety (EH&S) ehs.cornell Safety information in addition to training

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General Lab Safety All containers must be identified alongside labels, including non-hazardous chemicals in addition to materials Labels should include a chemical name/structure, any solvents, your name in addition to a date Please keep an updated List of Abbreviations Always wear safety glasses when working in any lab; wear gloves and/or lab coat when working alongside hazardous materials Don?t ever wear gloves outside the lab in addition to be aware of what you are touching while wearing gloves Don?t ever eat or drink or bring food or drinks into any lab Housekeeping Keep working spaces clean in addition to tidy Aisle spaces must have 3 feet clearance Floors must be clear, without any tripping or slipping hazards Never leave boxes, packing material, trash, etc. on the floor Windowsills should remain clear ? they are NOT shelves Never block doorways or exits Heavy equipment in addition to heavy boxes should not be stored overhead Hazardous Waste in addition to Used Oil Solvent Waste Full bottles should be kept together in a flammable storage area in each lab Waste bottles in use should be kept closed in addition to in a fume hood Must be labeled alongside ?Hazardous Waste? in addition to contents if using an old solvent bottle, you must cross out the old solvent name All solvent waste must be tagged alongside a green Hazardous Waste tag in addition to pick-up requested by EH&S Solid Waste Must be labeled alongside ?Hazardous Waste? in addition to contents You may use an old silica gel bucket or the chemistry stockroom sells white buckets that may be used in consideration of solid waste Must be tagged alongside a green Hazardous Waste tag in addition to pick-up requested by EH&S Solid waste containers must be kept closed Used Oil All old pump oil must be kept in containers (old solvent bottles) in addition to labeled ?Used Oil? Used Oil may be disposed of in a large collecting drum in the basement of Bard

Glass Disposal in addition to Regular Trash Glass Disposal ALL glass goes into the glass disposal bins (these may be ordered from Fisher, or the chemistry stockroom sells them) You may dispose of empty glass chemical bottles, but you must first make sure they are clean/non-hazardous in addition to cross out the labels When glass boxes are full, tape them very securely in addition to take them so that the dumpster behind Kimball Regular Trash Don?t ever throw any type of glass, needles or syringes into the regular trash Never throw hazardous materials into the regular trash You may dispose of old plastic or metal chemical containers in the regular trash, but you must first make sure they are clean/non-hazardous in addition to cross out the labels Syringes Syringes must be kept in a locked cabinet in addition to inventoried alongside a Needle Log in addition to sign-out sheet All syringes in addition to needles must be disposed of in the red biohazard/sharps containers, even if they are clean/unused Regulated Medical Waste disposal Must be tagged alongside a red RMW waste tag in addition to pick-up by EH&S requested Fume Hoods Keep the back of your fume hoods clear, otherwise you will block the airflow in addition to the hood won?t work properly Always keep the hood sash lowered within its working limit Keep the hood sash down when not in use

Presentation Power What we?re going so that cover? Color in Multimedia Presentations Type in Multimedia Presentations PowerPoint Features PowerPoint ? Design Templates PowerPoint ? Color Schemes PowerPoint ? Slide Layouts PowerPoint ? Master Slides PowerPoint ?Transitions/Animation PowerPoint ? Animation PowerPoint ? Inserting Clip Art PowerPoint ? Inserting Hyperlinks PowerPoint ? Slide Show Shortcuts Assignment 6 – Group Presentations Assignment 6 – Group Presentations Assignment 6 – Group Presentations Technical notes in consideration of next week: What slide content loses points? What design issues lose points? What gains points?

Pumps Pump Oil in all oil-based pumps needs so that be changed periodically so that keep pumps working properly Oil pumps must be kept in trays/containers (these are available in the stockroom) Gas Cylinders All gas cylinders must be secured at all times in addition to stored away from heat, electrical or ignition sources Gas cylinders must be labeled alongside contents in addition to full/partially full/empty tags Gas cylinders must always have their caps readily available nearby Cylinders must be capped when ?stored? in addition to have a regulator when ?in use? (never a bare valve system) Cylinders must be capped during transport Flammable gases in addition to oxidizing gases must be separated by a fire rated wall or a minimum of 20 feet Chemicals All chemicals must have intact in addition to readable labels (either original labels or Right-to-Know labels) Incompatible chemicals must be kept segregated Chemical containers must be in good condition Flammables must be stored in a flammables cabinet Secondary containment should be used when appropriate Peroxide forming solvents/chemicals must be tested every 6 months (THF, ether, dioxane) Hazardous chemicals should not be stored above eye level or on the floor

Electrical Hazards There must be 3 feet of clearance in front of all electrical panels Never store combustibles or flammables near an electrical panel All wiring must be in intact in addition to in good condition (no fraying, etc.) You may not use extension cords Power strips must be used correctly in addition to not plugged into other power strips or extension cords Mercury There is currently mercury-containing equipment in Bard 350, labeled alongside small ?Hg-containing? signs We will keep a Mercury spill kit in Bard 350 Mercury thermometers in addition to other mercury-containing equipment may be disposed of through EH&S HF If using Hydrofluoric Acid, the area should be clearly labeled If using Hydrofluoric Acid, special first aid equipment should be readily available nearby (calcium gluconate) There is a specific HF hood in Bard

Emergencies An Emergency Response Guide is posted in each lab Know the location of emergency eyewashes, showers, spill kits, first aid kits, fire extinguishers in addition to fire blankets New Ober Group Safety/Housekeeping Procedures Safety officer (Priscilla in addition to Carol) Chemical Inventory Hazardous Waste disposal/Syringe inventory in addition to disposal Spin-coater Glove box Hazardous Materials shipping Questions? Safety Officer Michele Conrad or Verne Thalheimer EH&S representative

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