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    • BASICS OF LABORATORY SAFETY
    • Before Beginning Any Laboratory Exercise
      • Know the dangers associated with all materials you will use in this laboratory exercise
      • Know the proper way of using all the materials provided for the exercise
      • Know all the protective measures you must use during the exercise
    • Personal Protection
      • Wear an apron or lab coat in the proper manner
      • Wear gloves in the proper manner
      • Wear a face shield in the proper manner
    • Personal Protection
      • Tie long hair neatly at the back of the neck
      • Wear shoes that enclose your entire feet
    • Emergency Procedures
      • Know where all exit doors are located
      • If a reagent splashes onto your face or eyes, wash your face at the eyewash station for several minutes
    • Emergency Procedures
      • If an irritating or harmful reagent splashes onto your body, use the emergency shower to wash your body for several minutes
      • Know where the fire extinguisher and fire blanket are located
    • Emergency Procedures
      • If a reagent spills onto the workbench or floor, notify the instructor immediately for cleanup instructions.
      • If a glass container gets broken, notify the instructor immediately for cleanup instructions.
      • Report all accidents, injuries and close calls immediately to the instructor.
    • Good Laboratory Conduct
      • Follow all instructions
      • Do not play in the laboratory
      • Do not use any laboratory equipment until you are told to do so
      • Do not perform any laboratory procedure until you are told to do so
    • Good Laboratory Conduct
      • Do not bring food, beverages or tobacco products into the laboratory
      • Do not apply cosmetics in the laboratory
      • Do not eat or drink in the laboratory
      • Restrain loose clothing and jewelry
    • Before You Leave The Laboratory
      • Clean your workbench with disinfectant at the beginning and at the end of the laboratory exercise
      • Leave all equipment, samples and reagents in the lab
      • Leave your lab coat (apron) in the lab
      • Wash your hands with soap and water