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#Emergency Contacts/Flip Charts/Green Sheets
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#Dial 100 during an Emergency
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#Satellite Accumulation Area
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#Personal Protective Equipment/Appropriate Lab Clothing
#Hazardous Chemicals  
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#*Hazards associated with Specific Chemicals we use
#*Hazards associated with Specific Chemicals we use
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#**EtBr
#*Proper Disposal
#*Proper Disposal
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#[[MSDS]] and Introduction to Lab Reference Shelf (570)
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#**Hazardous waste (Satellite Accumulation Area)
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#**Sharps
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#**Biological waste: liquid/solid
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#MSDS and Introduction to Lab Reference Shelf
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#Fume hood
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#Gas bottles
#Autoclave Safety
#Autoclave Safety
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#Personal Protective Equipment/Appropriate Lab Clothing
 
#BL2 Requirements
#BL2 Requirements
#Proper labeling of chemicals
#Proper labeling of chemicals
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#Review the EAP (Emergency Action Plan)
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#Safety shower/Eye wash stations
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#Emergency Evacuations/Fire Alarms/[[Lab Meeting Location]]
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#Emergency Evacuations/Fire Alarms/Lab Meeting Location
#Fire Extinguishers/MIT’s policy is not to fight fires
#Fire Extinguishers/MIT’s policy is not to fight fires
#Location of First Aid Kit
#Location of First Aid Kit
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#Review the EAP (Emergency Action Plan)
#Injury Reporting  
#Injury Reporting  
Return to [[Safety Training]] homepage
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Revision as of 09:27, 9 June 2008

Note that this Training must be updated annually.

This training should be completed on your first day in lab and must be completed before you can start any bench work. The training takes approximately 30 minutes and consists of a walk through of the lab with the Safety Officer (Sean) in order to introduce you to the space you will be working in. Please schedule this training with Sean prior to your arrival. It will cover the following:

  1. No food or drink in lab
  2. Safety Equipment (Eyewash Stations, Showers, Spill Kits)
  3. Emergency Contacts/Flip Charts/Green Sheets
  4. Dial 100 during an Emergency
  5. Personal Protective Equipment/Appropriate Lab Clothing
  6. Hazardous Chemicals
    • Hazards associated with Specific Chemicals we use
      • EtBr
    • Proper Disposal
      • Hazardous waste (Satellite Accumulation Area)
      • Sharps
      • Biological waste: liquid/solid
  7. MSDS and Introduction to Lab Reference Shelf
  8. Fume hood
  9. Gas bottles
  10. Autoclave Safety
  11. BL2 Requirements
  12. Proper labeling of chemicals
  13. Safety shower/Eye wash stations
  14. Emergency Evacuations/Fire Alarms/Lab Meeting Location
  15. Fire Extinguishers/MIT’s policy is not to fight fires
  16. Location of First Aid Kit
  17. Review the EAP (Emergency Action Plan)
  18. Injury Reporting

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