The Laboratory Regional Code Of Conduct
1. Do not eat in the laboratory, store food, beverages and other personal living items, and do not do anything unrelated to experiments and research.
2. Do not smoke in the laboratory area (including indoors, corridors, elevators, etc.).
3. Do not bring outsiders into the laboratory without the permission of the laboratory management department.
4. You should be familiar with the escape route and countermeasures in an emergency, and be clear about the location of the first aid kit, fire extinguishing equipment, emergency eye wash and shower, and remember the emergency number.
5. Keep the laboratory door and walkway unblocked, the amount of laboratory reagents stored should be reasonable, and it is strictly forbidden to store highly toxic drugs without permission.
6. Wash hands before leaving the laboratory. Do not wear lab coats or gloves to enter public places such as restaurants, libraries, conference rooms, and offices.
7. Keep the lab clean and tidy. After the experiment, the experimental utensils, utensils and other items should be washed, dried and entered into the cabinet in time. There are no large amounts of items in the room and the countertop.
8. If you encounter any problems during the experimental work, you should consult the responsible person of the laboratory or equipment in time, and do not operate blindly.
9. Do not leave for a long time during the experiment.
10. When conducting a dangerous experiment, there must be two or more people in the room to ensure the safety of the experiment.
The Storage Of Chemicals
1. All chemical containers should be clearly and permanently labeled with the contents and potential hazards.
2. All chemicals should have a list of item safety data.
3. The experimenter should be familiar with the characteristics and potential hazards of the chemicals used.
4. Chemicals that are unstable or susceptible to peroxide formation should be specially marked.
5. Chemicals should be stored at the appropriate height.
6. The storage location of the corrosive liquid container should be as low as possible, and the collecting tray should be padded to prevent the safety accident caused by pouring.
7. Unstable chemicals should be stored separately and marked with the date of purchase. Separate storage of chemical reagents that may undergo chemical reactions to prevent toxic fumes, fires, and even explosions.
8. Items with volatility and toxicity require special storage conditions and should not be stored in the laboratory without permission.
9. Do not store large quantities of flammable solvents in the laboratory. Unused whole bottle reagents must be placed away from light and heat.
10. When conducting dangerous chemicals testing, you must wear protective clothing, goggles, and long hair must be bundled.
11. Do not store corrosive chemicals, toxic chemicals, organic peroxides, pyrophoric substances and radioactive materials, especially bleach, nitric acid, perchloric acid and hydrogen peroxide.