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Safety Lab Practices: Prevent Injuries in the Workplace! | 360training.com

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Basic lab housekeeping skills can prevent a number of incidents that can otherwise cause injuries or worse. Here's what you can do to keep lab workers safe.

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Safety Lab Practices: Prevent Injuries in the Workplace! | 360training.com

  1. 1. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Safety Lab Practices
  2. 2. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Basic lab housekeeping skills can prevent a number of incidents that can otherwise cause injuries or worse. Here is what you can do to keep lab workers safe.
  3. 3. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Keep Food And Drinks Out Of The Lab  Food and drink should not be allowed in a lab that has hazardous chemicals  Food should be consumed in areas that are completely separate from the lab.
  4. 4. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com  If food is allowed on the premises, it should be kept separate by walls and doors.  If possible, a portion of the lab should be screened off as a ‘clean area’ for eating and drinking.  If the lab is large enough, a cafeteria should be made to keep food out of the area.
  5. 5. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Dispose Of All Clutter  Clutter is a fire hazard and can cause injuries if it is not organized and kept out of the work area.  Keep all combustible materials such as paper and cardboard out of the lab or reduce its use.  Discard chemical waste in a sealed waste disposal bin. All waste should be discarded daily in a safe manner.
  6. 6. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Use Cell Phones And Ear Buds Responsibly  Workers should not use cell phones or MP3 players while handling hazardous material in the lab  Personal listening devices that require ear buds should not be allowed in the lab. Workers may miss out on important announcements and emergency alerts otherwise.  Workers can use radios or CD players as long as they use speakers in the lab.
  7. 7. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com Other Safe Lab Practices  All infectious material should be decontaminated before disposal.  Reduce the production of aerosols and sprays  Workers should always wear personal protective equipment in the lab
  8. 8. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com These were just some of the safe lab practices that can prevent injuries or worse in the workplace. A training program will maintain those practices.
  9. 9. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com HAZWOPER 24-Hour Course Plus GHS Hazardous Communication Sign up your lab staff for the HAZWOPER 24-Hour Course Plus GHS Hazardous Communication training program by 360training.com to ensure their safety.
  10. 10. © 2018 360training.com | 888-360-8764 | www. 360training.com SOURCES: /360training.com/blog /company/360training /360training /360training © 2017 2018 360training.com| 888-360-8764 | http://www.360training.com http://www.uvm.edu/safety/lab/general-lab-safety-practices#cellphones%20and%20earbuds https://www.thermofisher.com/us/en/home/references/gibco-cell-culture-basics/cell-culture- laboratory-safety/guidelines-for-safe-laboratory-practices.html

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