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The General Laboratory Safety Inspection

Sep 27, 2018

The general laboratory safety inspection focuses on the following


1.Health environment

(1) Have you worn the experimental clothes and protective glasses when doing the experiment;

(2) Whether to cook food and eat in the laboratory;

(3) Whether there is a phenomenon that the discarded articles are not cleaned up in time;

(4) Whether there is a phenomenon of parking electric cars and bicycles in the laboratory;

(5) Whether there are any personal items stacked in the laboratory;

(6) Is there a phenomenon of staying in the laboratory and staying overnight?


2.Fire Safety

(1) Whether there is a warning against smoking in the laboratory;

(2) Whether the configuration of fire fighting equipment is reasonable;

(3) Whether the fire exit is unblocked;

(4) Is there any phenomenon of stacking instruments and articles in the public passage;

(5) Whether there is an unauthorized use of an open flame electric furnace in a chemical laboratory.


3.Electrical Safety

(1) Whether there is a phenomenon that the circuit capacity is not applicable to high-power equipment;

(2) Whether there is a phenomenon of splicing wires, using flower wires, and using wooden switchboards;

(3) Whether there is a phenomenon of wire aging;

(4) Whether there are multiple high-power instruments using one terminal block;

(5) Whether there is a phenomenon that the power is not turned off in time after the instrument is used;

(6) Is there a phenomenon that the terminal block is placed directly on the ground?


4.Oven, resistance furnace

(1) Check the fault condition and whether it is out of service;

(2) Whether there are cylinders, flammable and explosive chemicals around the oven and drying oven;

(3) Whether there is a phenomenon that affects the heat dissipation of the oven and the drying box (such as the accumulation of debris around);

(4) Is there any unattended phenomenon when the drying oven is baked;


5.Anti-theft security

(1) Whether the doors and windows are safe;

(2) Whether there is a phenomenon that the door is open but unattended;

(3) Whether there are anti-theft and monitoring facilities in the storage places such as drugs, pathogenic microorganisms and radioactive sources;


6.Chemical reagent

(1) Whether the storage location is safe;

(2) Safety of acid and alkali cylinders (marking, location, capping?);

(3) Whether there is a phenomenon of stacking large barrel reagents;

(4) Whether there is a large amount of chemicals and organic solvents mixed;

(5) Whether there are chemical reagents with unknown labels;

(6) Is there a phenomenon that the reagent bottle cap is opened for storage?


7.Drug

Whether the implementation of the "five pairs" management system: double reception, double use, double transport, double lock storage.


8.Three waste discharge

(1) Whether it is equipped with a laboratory waste sorting container;

(2) Whether there is a phenomenon of mixing experimental waste and domestic waste;

(3) Whether it is found that there is a phenomenon of dumping discarded chemical reagents into the sewer;

(4) Whether there is a phenomenon of stacking laboratory waste outside the laboratory;

(5) Is there any toxic and harmful gas to be discharged at will, and whether there is a gas absorption device.


9.Refrigerator safety

(1) Whether the mechanical refrigerator containing the chemical reagent has been explosion-proof modified;

(2) Mechanical frost-free refrigerators must not store chemical reagents (must be discontinued);

(3) Whether there is a refrigerator that has expired and has not been scrapped;

(4) Whether the newly purchased mechanical refrigerator stores chemical reagents;

(5) Whether there is a phenomenon that affects the heat dissipation of the refrigerator (such as stacking debris around the refrigerator);

(6) Whether there is a phenomenon in which food is placed in the refrigerator;

(7) It is best to purchase a professional explosion-proof refrigerator to store volatile, flammable and explosive dangerous goods that are difficult to store at room temperature.


10.Gas cylinder safety

(1) Whether or not a residual waste cylinder is stored;

(2) Whether there is a phenomenon that the cylinder is not fixed;

(3) Whether there is a phenomenon of mixing dangerous cylinders (mainly refers to the mixing of flammable gas cylinders and oxygen-resistant combustion-resistant gas cylinders);

(4) Whether there is insufficient ventilation in the storage place of dangerous gas cylinders;

(5) Whether there is a large number of cylinders stacked;

(6) Whether there is a phenomenon of forgetting to close the safety valve;

(7) Whether there is a corresponding gas mark on the cylinder;

(8) Whether the cylinder connection stored in the separate cylinder storage room is standardized;

(9) Whether the independent cylinder storage room is managed by a person;

(10) Check the gas connection line.


11.Biosecurity

(1) Is there a corresponding operating procedure and whether the experiment is carried out as required;

(2) Whether to classify laboratory waste;

(3) Is the hazardous microbiology laboratory safe (including procurement, storage, experimentation, waste disposal, etc.)

(4) Whether the toxic and harmful biological waste is autoclaved.