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Video Library: Laboratory Safety

Chemical Hygiene in the Laboratory: Keeping You Safe and Healthy
Chemical Hygiene Plan: Putting It All Together
Chemical Hygiene Standard: What It Means to You
Chemical Laboratory Safety
Keep Your Eyes on Safety: Eye Protection in the Laboratory
Lab Safety 1 - Chemical Hazards

  • Chemical Hygiene in the Laboratory: Keeping You Safe and Healthy
    #KE002 - VHS (24 min. 1990)

    Occupational
    Main topics covered:
    • Ways to avoid/minimize chemical exposure
    • Routes of exposure
    • Methods of personal protection
    • Types of protective equipment and clothing
    • General common sense rules
    • When prior approval is needed
    • Steps to take when there is an accident
  • Chemical Hygiene Plan: Putting It All Together
    #PU001 - VHS (17 min. 1990)

    Occupational
    Main topics covered:
    • Requirements of the chemical hygiene plan
    • Eight main elements of the plan
    • Types of engineering controls
    • When prior approval is suggested
    • Medical consultation requirements
  • Chemical Hygiene Standard: What It Means to You
    #WH020 - VHS (12 min. 1990)

    Occupational
    Main topics covered:
    • Who is covered by the chemical hygiene standard
    • What the chemical hygiene plan must cover
    • Control measures
    • Information requirements
    • Required training
  • Chemical Laboratory Safety
    #CH016 - VHS (12 min. 1990)

    Occupational
    Takes a common sense approach to laboratory safety and health. Covers proper handling of equipment and glassware, labeling of lab samples, proper chemical handling, and personal hygiene.
  • Keep Your Eyes on Safety: Eye Protection in the Laboratory
    #KE003 - VHS (9 min. 1991)

    Occupational
    Main topics covered:
    • When to use different eye protection types
    • Steps to take and things to inspect before wearing eye protection
  • Lab Safety 1 - Chemical Hazards
    #LA002 - VHS (5 min. 1992)

    Occupational
    Laboratory workers are routinely exposed to hazardous chemicals. Safe work practices help keep exposures below limits and protect workers from health hazards. (Humorous)
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