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#181802 Rules and Guidelines to be Followed in Every Laboratory

Posted by SvenTaow on 22 April 2019 - 02:04 AM in Lab Equipments

Posted by lucast
Re: Rules and guidelines to be followed in every_essay typer_laboratory
Dress Code

In order to prevent self-injuries, the most important thing to remember is to dress up safely. Covered shoes, tied up hair, covered sleeves, and long pants are a must for any lab. Lab coats and safety goggles protect your body from direct contact with dangerous materials. Besides, you may need specific protective gear like gloves, face masks or similar items depending on the nature of your work in the lab. Majority of labs provide such gear to all staff working with science equipment.

 
Safety Signs

There should be safety signs well displayed in the lab near every such room or equipment which has a dangerous threat. You should be well aware of the meanings of standard safety signs as they also inform about the location of safety equipment.

 
Avoid Food and Beverages in Lab

Snacking inside the lab can be potentially dangerous. For instance, you might keep snacks on a lab table where there was experimental residue, or you might have stored your snack box in the same fridge which houses chemicals or cultures. Such practice can contaminate food, so avoid bringing snacks in the lab. Similarly, if you are sipping a drink while experimenting, you could accidentally spill it over your science laboratory equipment, or you may pick up the wrong bottle, causing dangerous consequences. Make it a rule to consume food and drinks only outside the lab.

 

 

As for the dress code - some private laboratories use fines for employees who do not stick to the dress code rules. And that's a wise decision. I know that there are categories of safety symbols. Like fire safety symbols, physical safety symbols, etc. What are the international hazard signs and how to learn them easily?

Thanks.

Sven





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