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Laboratory Operation Safety Instructions

Sep 28, 2018

1. When using volatile flammable reagents, try to prevent them from volatilizing. Keep indoors well ventilated and never close to open flames;

2. Wear rubber gloves when possible when using corrosive drugs. When moving a larger bottle, you must hold the bottom of the bottle with one hand and hold the bottleneck;

3. When the body is exposed to flammable substances or oxidant liquid leakage, it should not be close to the fire source, and should be cleaned immediately;

4. Do not touch rotating parts and high temperature equipment with any part of the body;

5. When opening volatile chemicals, do not point the bottle to yourself or others. When the temperature is high in summer, try to cool before opening.

6. If a fire is found, immediately turn off the power, extinguish the fire source, and remove the combustibles;

7. When the toxic drugs are scattered, they should be completely packed up and washed off the table and the ground where the poison has fallen;

8. Rinse the reagent inlet or use the nose to access the reagent bottle to identify the reagent. If you must identify the reagent with your nose, keep the reagent bottle away from your nose. After opening the cover, gently rub it with your hand and smell it slightly.

Laboratory code

1. The safe method is the right way to plan carefully and arrange the work reasonably;

2. Be able to use all the safety and protective equipment provided to you to know where they are placed;

3. Always wear safety glasses. Wear protective breathing masks, wear overalls and work shoes, and pay attention to your long hair;

4. Do not eat or drink in the laboratory (and do not store food in the refrigerator), it is absolutely forbidden to smoke in the laboratory;

5. Any form of playfulness is dangerous and not allowed;

6. If you see your colleagues have a dangerous move, please point them out;

7. Report to the supervisor all unsafe conditions, unsafe acts and any conditions that may cause an accident;

8. Understand the nature of common hazardous chemicals and use them with adequate protective measures;

9. Never carry out chemical reactions or experiments without being taken care of;

10. Keep the experimental area clean and tidy, and regulate the use of water, electricity, gas, fire, etc.;

11. If there is an uncontrollable situation, please leave the site and request assistance;

12. Safety personnel should wear safety glasses when entering the laboratory, and please follow the instructions of the experimenter.