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in secondary containment 20. No chemicals stored in sink. 21. Chemicals (particularly flammable ones) not stored in hoods or on benches Chemical Labeling 22. All reagents labeled in original bottles or properly labeled in temporary containers-recommend to lab workers to date bottles when purchased and opened. 23. Samples labeled with chemical or sample name, researchers initials, lab notebook

The report should be in narrative form, even though ts is not an English course, correct language, spelling and grammar are important. 2. Distinguish between what is safe and what is bad laboratory practice. 3. If you see sometng good, mention it. 4. If you see the unsafe tngs, describe the risk. 5. There are five parts to describe. signage, waste, chemical storage, chemical labeling, personal protective equipment, proper procedures. 6. Overall experimental inspection are good. The “LabSafety_new_inspection_2010-20111″ and some pictures of chemicals are uploaded check. Chemistry and Biochemistry Lab Safety inspection Date:__________________ Lab bldg/room#________________ Lab owner___________________ Signage 1. Door safety signs updated 2. Fire extinguishers unencumbered 3. Safety showers & eye washes clear 4. Lab chemical inventory on hand or available on computer 5. Emergency instructions posted Waste 6. chemical waste properly labeled 7. Plastic buckets, not glass bottles used for solvent waste 8. chemical wastes properly segregated by compatibility 9. Waste containers properly closed (solid waste included) 10. No chemical waste in glass waste 11. No chemicals or samples in trash 12. No sharps (needles, razors) in trash Chemical storage 13. Chemicals segregated according to compatibility 14. Nitric acid stored in separate secondary containment 15. Oxidizers and peroxides stored in separate secondary containment. 16. Reducing agents (eg. metal hydrides) stored properly 17. Flammable solvents in flammable storage 18. Flammable or explosion proof refrigerator/freezer used for flammables. 19. Base baths labeled and in secondary containment 20. No chemicals stored in sink. 21. Chemicals (particularly flammable ones) not stored in hoods or on benches Chemical Labeling 22. All reagents labeled in original bottles or properly labeled in temporary containers-recommend to lab workers to date bottles when purchased and opened. 23. Samples labeled with chemical or sample name, researchers initials, lab notebook number and date. 24. Peroxide forming solvents dated when purchased and opened. Personal Protective Equipment 25. Goggles in use with chemicals in lab with hazards 26. Gloves & lab coats being wore with chemicals 27. Extra goggles available Proper Procedures 28. Chemical operations with hazardous solvents or powders in hoods or glovebox 29. Hoods kept closed to recommended sash level 30. Reactions labeled and attended. 31. Work space uncluttered and clean 32. No food (including gum) or drink in labs (except at designated desk areas) 33. No chemicals on desks or eating areas 34. Gloves and lab coats removed before leaving labs 35. Gas cylinders securely attached to lab benches or walls. 36. Appropriate safety measures used with ghly hazardous chemicals and gases. 37. Cryogloves and goggles (or splash seld) used with cryogens 38. Syringes and needles put away (preferably in lockable drawer) 39. Balances clean (no brush) 40. Electrical wiring to instruments un-frayed 41. No nichrome wire heated oil baths 42. No tripping hazards with equipment or solvents stored in walkways (28 ” clear path) Use floor plan to map identified problems by number to facilitate inspection and correction of deficiencies. Overall Comments on lab:

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