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For disposal procedures, please read [[yeo_lab:checkin#Hazardous_Waste_Disposal | Hazardous Waste Disposal Procedure]]. For detailed information about Hazardous chemical disposal procedure, please refer to [http://www.purdue.edu/REM/home/booklets/HMMguide.pdf HMM guide]. Lab safety is everyone's duty!
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|Glass waste disposal || Basma
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|[[Yeo_lab:checkin#Hazardous_Waste_Disposal| Sharp waste disposal]] || Karen
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|Glass waste disposal || Basma
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|[[Yeo_lab:checkin#Hazardous_Waste_Disposal| Liquid chemical waste disposal]] || Karen
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|Solid chemical waste disposal || Individual
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|Preparing for cell culture supplies (e.tubes, tips, pasteur pipettes) for autoclave || Individual
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|Weekly check of eye wash || Sara
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|Autoclaving cell culture supplies || Bo
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|Autoclaving cell culture wastes (biohazards) / Biohazard waste disposal request || Bo
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|Monitoring/refilling liquid nitrogen level in the cryo tank || Hillary
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|Regular update of online cell inventory || Hillary
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|Monitoring CO2 cylinder level, water basin, ordering CO2 cylinders || Sara
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|Maintain hygiene of water bath || Sara
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|Biweekly sanitation of Biosafety cabinet || Hyesun
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|Monitoring & ordering cell culture supplies || Hyesun
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|Maintain hygiene of sonic bath || Hyesun
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|70% Ethanol refill || whoever first sees it empty
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|Culture waste bleach || whoever first sees it full
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|[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AhNuL5f8qNq_dEJyV3BuYnVHSWtFdkJUSnppd0JQNHc Update acronym list] || whoever creates new acronyms (Please replace the posted lists in the labs.)
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* Extra lab courtesies that will sweeten our lab lives
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# Please wash your glassware timely -- don't leave them at sink too long.
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# When you receive supplies or chemicals, please notify the lab in general or the specified person.
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# Please turn off instruments (centrifuge, sonic bath, shaker, heater) when they are not used.
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Revision as of 17:18, 19 February 2013


Lab Duties

For disposal procedures, please read Hazardous Waste Disposal Procedure. For detailed information about Hazardous chemical disposal procedure, please refer to HMM guide. Lab safety is everyone's duty!

Duty Person in charge (Updated on 8/31/12)
Sharp waste disposal Karen
Liquid chemical waste disposal Karen
Solid chemical waste disposal Individual
Preparing for cell culture supplies (e.tubes, tips, pasteur pipettes) for autoclave Individual
Weekly check of eye wash Sara
Autoclaving cell culture supplies Bo
Autoclaving cell culture wastes (biohazards) / Biohazard waste disposal request Bo
Monitoring/refilling liquid nitrogen level in the cryo tank Hillary
Regular update of online cell inventory Hillary
Monitoring CO2 cylinder level, water basin, ordering CO2 cylinders Sara
Maintain hygiene of water bath Sara
Biweekly sanitation of Biosafety cabinet Hyesun
Monitoring & ordering cell culture supplies Hyesun
Maintain hygiene of sonic bath Hyesun
70% Ethanol refill whoever first sees it empty
Culture waste bleach whoever first sees it full
Update acronym list whoever creates new acronyms (Please replace the posted lists in the labs.)
  • Extra lab courtesies that will sweeten our lab lives
  1. Please wash your glassware timely -- don't leave them at sink too long.
  2. When you receive supplies or chemicals, please notify the lab in general or the specified person.
  3. Please turn off instruments (centrifuge, sonic bath, shaker, heater) when they are not used.

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