The Keys to Laboratory Safety: Semester Review. Bill Diesslin March 3, 2009. U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA. Chemical Safety in the Lab Risk Management.
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March 3, 2009
What is the name of the document that is the primary resource for information on how to use chemicals in laboratories at ISU?
Chemical-resistant gloves are commonly used in the laboratory. Name 3 things to be aware of when selecting and using chemical-resistant gloves.
Name two sources of chemical safety information.
Name three things to keep in mind when using a chemical hood.
Names three things that would be deficiencies listed on a laboratory inspection form.
The new term used to refer to waste is _________ ________.
Peroxide-forming chemicals must be tested how many months after opening of the container?
Name the U.S. authority for all shipments by land, sea and air.
What is the name for an organism that causes diseases in humans, plants or animals?
Name two things you would find in an emergency action plan.
Name two types of electrical shock injuries and two factors impacting electrical shock.
Name the three components of the fire triangle.
As volume increases, pressure __________; as temperature increases, pressure __________.
Radiation that has enough energy to cause the release of an orbital electron is called __________.
Name 3 ways that you can prevent exposure to a laser beam.