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Randal Foster Office Phone: 294-0861 Office: 2008 HNSB Email: [email protected] HNSB. MacKay. FSB. FSHN Laboratory Safety Seminar August 22, 2012. NWRC. Outline. Updates AWARENESS Safety Video Questions, Comments, and Answers. Glassware Disposal.

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Randal foster office phone 294 0861 office 2008 hnsb email randalf@iastate edu

Randal Foster

Office Phone: 294-0861

Office: 2008 HNSB

Email: [email protected]

HNSB

MacKay

FSB

FSHN Laboratory Safety SeminarAugust 22, 2012

NWRC


Outline

Outline

  • Updates

  • AWARENESS

  • Safety Video

  • Questions, Comments, and Answers


Glassware disposal

Glassware Disposal

  • Make sure all glassware is clean and dry

  • Seal used glassware in a cardboard box and label as glass

  • Leave at trash collection site and schedule removal with facilities

  • PLEASE DO NOT:

    • Use glassware disposal boxes for general lab waste

    • Throw away contaminated glassware

    • All contaminated glassware disposal should be coordinated through EH&S


Nitric acid

Nitric Acid

  • Nitric acid is now on the DHS watch list due to its potential for misuse in the wrong hands

  • Please control all stocks of nitric acid and maintain an accurate inventory with EH&S

  • Do not transfer nitric acid between labs without informing EH&S


Reminder for new lab employees

Reminder for new lab employees

Before starting work in a lab:


New safety information

New Safety Information

Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S)

Laboratory Safety website has improved (again).


Important safety reminder

Important Safety Reminder

Treatment for a lab- or work-related injury

Even if you think the injury is too minor to do so, you must report the injury to your supervisor who will assist you in seeking medical treatment. When seeking treatment remember to bring MSDS &/or other safety info with you. Please notify medical staff that the treatment is due to a workplace injury or illness, so that they can initiate the proper paper work.


Reminder emergencies

Reminder: Emergencies

  • If you call 911 on a university landline you will be routed to campus police dispatch

  • If you call 911 on a cell phone you will be routed to a state dispatch

    • If time is critical, you can call 294-4428 from your cell and reach ISU dispatch

    • DO NOT HANG UP until you are sure the dispatcher has your location


Reminder environmental health and safety eh s

Reminder: Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S)

  • Located in the Environmental Health and Safety Services Building (EHSSB)

  • They are very nice and dedicated to making sure we stay safe on campus

  • They have lots of great information on their site and in their building and encourage questions

  • Can be reached: 294-5359 or at [email protected]


Reminder

Reminder

Contact FPM by calling 4-5100 for routine maintenance work, such as:

  • Too hot or cold in your room,

  • Door lock problem,

  • Roof leak,

  • Plumbing or electrical problem,

  • To replace light bulb in fume hood.


Reminder1

Reminder

For malfunction of lab equipment, immediately call the contact person for that room as posted on the yellow emergency contact card on the outside of the lab door.

Building _______________ Room ________ Date _________

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL: phone

Major Professor/Principal Investigator

Name:________________________________ _________ (office)

____________________ (home) ____________________ (cell)

1st alternate

Name:_______________________________ _________ (office)

____________________ (home) ____________________ (cell)

2nd alternate

Name:_______________________________ _________ (office)

____________________ (home) ____________________ (cell)

SPECIAL HAZARDS: ______________________________________

______________________________________________________


Awareness

sudden

tragic

unexpected

never imagined it could happen

stunning

AWARENESS

scary

sobering

surprising


Safety and awareness

Safety and Awareness

  • Safety isn‚Äôt about planning for the expected, it‚Äôs about anticipating the unexpected

  • To anticipate the unexpected, it helps to have AWARENESS:

    • awareness of your surroundings

    • awareness of procedures

    • awareness of risks


Awareness of surroundings

Awareness of Surroundings

Do you know where these things are?

Could you find them in the dark?

Could you find them blind?


Awareness of surroundings1

Awareness of Surroundings

  • In cases of fire or other eminent dangers you need to be aware of how to quickly exit buildings, classrooms, and labs

  • How many ways can you exit the places you work on campus? Can you help students exit those spaces?

  • Do you know what the plans are in case of severe weather or fire in your building? (Hint: they are posted in your lab)


Awareness of surroundings2

Awareness of Surroundings

  • If the fire alarm sounds, exit your building quickly but safely

  • Do not assume it is a false alarm

  • Do not stop to pack up your belongs

  • Do not stay at the front of the building

  • Do know in advance the proper procedure


Awareness of procedures

Awareness of Procedures

  • There are many general procedures for doing things in the lab safely

  • If you are not sure of how to do something safely, ASK!!!

  • If you are instructed by someone in the university who is aware of proper procedure, follow their recommendations


Awareness of procedures in the lab

Awareness of Procedures in the Lab

  • KNOW YOUR PROTOCOLS/SOP!

  • KNOW YOUR CHEMICALS!

  • KNOW YOUR EQUIPMENT!

  • WHEN IN DOUBT, ASK!


Awareness of procedures training

Awareness of Procedures: Training

  • There are numerous avenues and opportunities for training:

    • EH&S

    • Department of Public Safety

    • College of Human Sciences

    • Your professor!

  • Always record training in some fashion, even if that record is a notation in a lab book


Awareness of risks

Awareness of Risks

  • Risk is inherent in every activity we do

  • Be aware of the risks at work!

    • Lab Safety Handbook

    • Standard Operating Procedures

    • Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Anticipate the chance of accidents before they happen


Awareness of risks1

Awareness of Risks

  • Know the proper protective equipment you need for your activity

  • USE the proper protective equipment you need for your activity


This brings us to the movie

This brings us to the movie...

Experimenting With Danger


Any questions

Any Questions?


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