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  • 1. By: Brittany Tyminski
  • 2.  Protocol for lab accident What NOT to wear in the lab How one should act when in a lab Housekeeping Safety/Warning Labels Safety Information Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Conclusion
  • 3.  There are three main factors when reporting an incident or injury: first response: treating the injured person recording details of the incident (who, where, when, treatment) notifying the higher up person whether it be a boss, teacher etc...and allowing them to take care of the situation and decide what is going to happen next in the process
  • 4.  Loose clothing Dangling jewelry Open toed shoes Hair down
  • 5.  Be respectful of everyone Be respectful of the equipment Don’t fool around Don’t play with laboratory equipment Be extremely careful with sharps in the lab Be extremely careful when handling lab equipment Do NOT run in the lab
  • 6.  Keep everything neat in the lab Clean the lab space thoroughly at the end of each lab session Dispose of objects in the proper places  Ex: sharps in the sharps container
  • 7.  Each of the labels on the previous slide are used for various reasons in a lab. The labels are used to warn an individual of the potential safety hazard associated with the object.
  • 8.  Each of the six labels on the previous slide correspond to the labels that would be located at the various locations in the lab. These labels will help an individual to locate a safety feature in the lab easier than if there was no helpful labels near the safety objects.
  • 9.  The PPE equipment on the previous slide is some of the basic protective equipment that should be worn in the laboratory on a daily basis when using the lab. Four main PPE pieces that should be worn most of the time in a lab are the following: Safety goggles, lab coat, mask, and gloves.
  • 10.  PPE includes body protection. The need for the different types of PPE is dependent upon the type of operations and the nature and quantity of the materials in use, and must be assessed on a case by case basis. Workers who rely on PPE must understand the function of, proper use, and limitations of the PPE being used.
  • 11.  Lab safety is essential when using a laboratory Disposing of certain objects properly is extremely important Respecting others and the lab equipment are two very important factors for practicing lab safety
  • 12. 1. Why is it so important to practice good safety in the laboratory?2. What is the first thing that should happen if an accident happens while in the lab?3. T/F. Wearing clogs in the laboratory is acceptable? Why/Why Not?4. Why is proper PPE important in the lab?5. What do you feel is the single most important thing about laboratory safety to remember?
  • 13.  http://www.crestock.com/image/317341-Science-Laboratory-Safety- Signs.aspx http://www.esd.uga.edu/chem/safetylocsign.htm http://training.blr.com/employee-training-course/laboratory-ppe http://www.ehs.iastate.edu/biological http://www.waikato.ac.nz/hrm/induction/hsmodule/personal_protective _equipment.html http://www6.district125.k12.il.us/teched/Courses/TDresources/safety.ht ml http://www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/SWR/Collectors/medical- waste.cfm http://www.mysafetysign.com/Safety-Signs/Hazard-Jewelry- Clothing-Hair-Sign/SAF-SKU-S-2651.aspx http://www.zazzle.com/safety_sign_warning_stationery- 229755368933181184
  • 14.  http://safety.eas.ualberta.ca/node/3 http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/pubs/niosh200 7107.pdf http://web.princeton.edu/sites/ehs/labsafety manual/sec6c.htm
  • 15.  Thanks everyone! I hope you enjoyed my power point! I wish you all the best in your future!