Incompatible Chemicals

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Particularly Hazardous Chemicals

A particularly hazardous chemical is a chemical substance and associated laboratory operation, procedure, or activity considered sufficiently hazardous to require prior approval. The following classes of chemical are considered particularly hazardous: Allergen (Sensitizer): A foreign agent or substance that is capable of causing an immune response in an individual. In most cases, initial exposure results [...]

Particularly Hazardous Chemicals2018-10-27T03:40:48+00:00

Chemical Handling Rules

The following rules should be used for all work involving chemicals. Accidents and Spills: Eye contact: Promptly flush eyes with water for a prolonged period (15 minutes) and seek medical attention. Ingestion: Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet. Skin Contact: Promptly flush the affected area with water and remove any contaminated clothing. If symptoms [...]

Chemical Handling Rules2018-10-27T03:40:48+00:00

Chemical Storage Guidelines

Storing chemicals in laboratories requires consideration of a number of health and safety factors. In general, lab workers should store chemicals in cabinets and on shelving provided for such storage. For instance, flammable liquids should be stored in a flammable liquids storage cabinet. The following are general storage guidelines: Do not store chemicals on [...]

Chemical Storage Guidelines2018-10-27T03:40:49+00:00