logging in or signing up laboratory Safety Management Training Prasentation isoconsultant Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 166 Category: Product Traini.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: July 17, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description Laboratory safety training provides Overview of Lab Safety , OHSAS 18001 implementation guidelines for laboratory , Risk assessment and documentation for laboratory , Pressure relief safety valves and pressure safety and Best safety practices and fire protection Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Laboratory Safety Management System Training Product Code: C116 www.globalmanagergroup.com Price: 360 USDIntroduction: Introduction The hazards in laboratory are mechanical, electrical, energy radiation (ionizing and non-ionizing), biological, ergonomical and physical. In numerous operations and manufacturing processes, there are hazards arising from the use of ‘chemicals’ . Common causes of industrial accidents Accident cause Total reported acc. (%) Chemical lab (%) Handling 28.7 27 Others 24.6 - Machinery 15.6 1 Slipping and Falling 15.7 17 Striking against 8.4 14 Struck by 6.0 3 Chemicals 1.0 38Occupational Health Hazards: Occupational Health Hazards Physical - Noise, Vibration, Temperature, Radiation, Illumination, Ventilation, Decompression, Humidity Chemical - Metal, Gases, Compounds Biological- Virus, Bacteria, Fungi, Parasite Ergonomic - Posture, Repetitive motion, Monotony StressHow to Implement 5 “S” in LABORATORY: How to Implement 5 “S” in LABORATORY Take out all ledgers, files & forms Study the frequency of filling for same. Take necessary action on unnecessary ledger / files / forms Merge necessary files, forms, ledgers Apply everything has the place & everything at its place principal Prepare & display location list. Apply cleaning procedures and act on unnecessary things in office which waste time. Apply visual management. Remove duplicate items & implement “one is best” principle.Chemical Hazards: A chemical hazard is a chemical for which there is evidence that health effects may occur if employees are overexposed. A health hazard may be a Carcinogen Toxic or highly toxic agent Reproductive toxin Irritant Corrosive Sensitizer Hepatotoxin Neurotoxin Hemototoxin Agent which damages the lungs skin Eyes mucous membranes Chemical HazardsControl – Cords & Wires: 6 Control – Cords & Wires Insulate live wires Check before use Use only cords that are 3-wire type Use only cords marked for hard or extra-hard usage Use only cords, connection devices, and fittings equipped with strain relief Remove cords by pulling on the plugs, not the cords Cords not marked for hard or extra-hard use, or which have been modified, must be taken out of service immediatelyPowerPoint Presentation: Fire Prevention Y/N Fire extinguishers properly identified/installed Fire extinguishers tagged with current inspection Fire extinguishers hydrostatically tested Fire extinguishers and fire hoses unobstructed Fire escapes and routes clear Stairwell fire doors closed Exits properly marked Sprinkler heads unobstructed Excess paper and trash removed (Continue…) Laboratory Safety ChecklistAbrasive Blasting and Coating : Precautions during operations Only qualified and SA certified individuals shall operate abrasive blasting and coating equipment. All personnel in the area affected by abrasive blasting and coating shall wear proper PPE and respiratory protection (e.g., ventilated hoods). Supplied air for hoods or respirators shall be of the proper type (grade D) and the delivery system per the manufacturer’s specifications. Minimum Safety Rules Abrasive Blasting and Coating (Continue…) You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.