Working in a laboratory setting involves the use of many potentially hazardous chemicals. Hazardous situations can occur if general chemical safety and laboratory procedures are not followed. A laboratory safety program depends on every employee's participation and cooperation. This course will describe common hazards associated with laboratory environments and will introduce ways to control and limit chemical exposure.
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2. Chemical Hygiene Plan
3. Routes of Exposure
4. Chemical Hazards and Effects
5. Chemical Information
6. Engineering Controls
7. Administrative Controls and PPE
8. Other Lab Hazards
10. Electrical Hazards
12. General Safety Rules
13. Emergency Response
14. Spills, Housekeeping and Disposal
- Identify the most common routes of chemical exposure in a laboratory setting.
- Identify common hazards found in the laboratory environment.
- Identify control methods that reduce chemical exposure.
- Recall general rules of lab safety.
- Know appropriate responses to various emergencies such as exposure, spills, and fire.
- Identify proper handling, storage, and disposal methods of hazardous chemicals.