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Title: FSHN Safety Seminar


1
FSHN Safety Seminar
  • Clark Ford
  • Jeanne Stewart
  • September 05, 2007

2
Outline
  • Overview of Safety Responsibilities
  • Safety News
  • Safety Reminders
  • FSHN FEUD!

3
PIs Safety Check List Deadline December 14, 2007
  • Review of Laboratory Safety Manual (LSM)
  • Safety Check-in
  • Site-Specific Safety Training
  • Hazard Inventory Forms
  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Prior Approval for Hazardous Lab Operations
  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Yearly Chemical Inventory
  • Quarterly and Yearly Lab Safety Survey
  • Radiation Safety Checklist

http//www.fshn.hs.iastate.edu/faculty/safety.php
4
Safety Check-in for Students, Staff, Faculty
  • I have read the Laboratory Safety manual
  • I have completed a Hazard Inventory
  • I have received Site-Specific Safety Training
  • I know yearly lab inspections are required
  • I understand proper procedures for managing and
    disposal of chemical waste

5
Safety Check-in for Students, Staff, Faculty
  • I may need to find a buddy for work at night
  • I know where MSDSs are in my lab
  • I know the number to call if injured
  • I know safety glasses and a lab coat are required
  • I understand that the safety of new research
    methods must be discussed

6
Safety Check-in for Students, Staff, Faculty
  • I understand the Emergency Evacuation Plan for my
    lab
  • I know the location of all safety equipment in my
    lab
  • First Aid kit
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Fire Alarm Pull Station(s)
  • Safety Shower
  • Eyewash
  • Spill Kits
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Training Records
  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Nearest Phone (911 sticker)

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7
Safety Check-in for Students, Staff, Faculty
  • I understand that I must be trained in proper
    procedures to use laboratory equipment
  • I understand the lab notebook format required in
    my lab

8
Safety Check-out for Students, Staff, Faculty
  • I understand that before I leave the lab I must
    complete a check-out involving
  • Arrange disposal of all chemical wastes with EHS
  • Proper storing and labeling of all research
    material left
  • Preparation of a complete inventory of research
    material left
  • Clean up of my personal workspace
  • Updating my lab notebooks
  • Inspection

9
FSHN Safety News
  • New online Hazardous Waste form
  • Called Unwanted Materials Acceptance Form
  • Replaces
  • Hazardous chemical waste acceptance form
  • Old online waste pickup request
  • Must still fill out green waste tags

http//www.ehs.iastate.edu/cms/default.asp?action
articleID367
10
FSHN Safety News
  • Biological Safety Cabinets must be certified
    annually
  • For BL2 and above
  • EHS will notify PI of recertification date
  • EHS will notify BalCon company to coordinate
    testing repairs
  • PIs need to pay 180/BSC

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.html
Needs eye protection!
11
FSHN Safety News
  • Bomb Threats
  • Try to fill out the ISU Police checklist if
    called
  • Forward email threats to ISU Police

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12
FSHN Safety News
  • To be posted by all lab exits
  • Laboratory Emergency Action Plan
  • Fire
  • Medical emergency
  • Intruder
  • Vandalism
  • Severe weather
  • Utility Outages
  • Spills
  • Available online from EHS
  • Link on FSHN website

13
FSHN Safety News
  • Coming Soon!
  • Evacuation maps for each floor
  • To be posted by every lab exit

14
FSHN Safety News
  • Coming soon!
  • New online Laboratory Safety Manual
  • Replaces
  • CHP (Chemical Hygiene Plan)
  • Includes fundamentals of
  • Chemical Safety
  • Biological Safety
  • Radiation Safety
  • References to safety manuals policies

15
FSHN Safety News
  • Coming soon!
  • Doing Nanoparticle Research?
  • Solid Particles 100 nm or smaller
  • May have different chemical properties than
    macroparticles of same material
  • Potential health implications
  • EHS needs to identify Nanoparticle Researchers
  • to provide current safety info

Nanoparticle
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
Technology
16
FSHN Safety News
  • Coming soon!
  • EHS will be asking PIs about Chemicals of
    Interest
  • From DHS list (when published).
  • Facilities with gt chemical limit
  • Will be assigned to one of four risk-based tiers.
  • PIs with high risk chemicals
  • will need to work with EHS formulate a facility
    security plan.

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17
FSHN Safety News
  • Coming soon!
  • Pandemic Flu Planning
  • Minimize risk to students, faculty staff
  • Support students
  • Continue essential University operations
  • Resume normal operations as soon as possible

1918 Influenza Pandemic killed 50 million people
18
FSHN Safety Reminder
  • Biological Waste
  • Label bags with temp sensitive tape
  • Write your contact info on tape
  • Autoclave open bag 40 minutes
  • Close and place in black bag after autoclaving
  • Place in dumpster
  • Monthly performance tests of autoclaves is
    strongly recommended
  • Call EHS to obtain an autoclave indicator

J. Stewart 515-294-3926
19
FSHN Equipment Reminder
  • Test and flush eyewash stations monthly!

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ewash.jpg
20
FSHN
21
Question 1
  • What are the 7 items of safety information that
    the FSHN department says
  • should be kept in addition to your Laboratory
    Safety Manual (LSM) ?

22
Answers to Question 1
  • Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • MSDS
  • Laboratory Chemical Inventory
  • Personnel safety training records
  • Quarterly lab inspection sheets
  • Yearly lab inspection sheets
  • EHS Lab inspection audits

23
Question 2
  • What are the top 8 things
  • you shouldnt do with your mouth in a lab?

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rds.html
24
Answers to Question 2
  • Mouth pipette
  • Eat
  • Drink
  • Chew gum
  • Apply chapstick or makeup
  • Chew on pencils/pens
  • Touch with gloved or unwashed hands
  • Taste chemicals

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Whats wrong here?
25
Question 3
  • What 4 pieces of information
  • should be put on labels of secondary chemical
    containers?

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26
Answers to Question 3
  • Proper chemical or common name (in English)
  • Signal words (Danger, Warning, Caution) or hazard
    (irritant, corrosive)
  • Date (received, prepared or opened)
  • Initials of owner/user

27
Question 4
  • What 7 safety items
  • should be worn in the laboratory?

Whats wrong here?
28
Answers to Question 4
  • Safety glasses/goggles
  • Lab Coat
  • Gloves
  • Fully enclosed shoes
  • Hearing protection
  • Long pants
  • Apron/face shield

29
Question 5
  • What 10 pieces of safety equipment should be in
    good working order
  • In all ISU laboratories ?

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30
Answers to Question 5
  • Hood/Biosafety cabinet
  • Safety shower
  • Eyewash station
  • Chemical Spill kit
  • Biohazard spill kit
  • Laboratory Safety Manual
  • First aid kit
  • Telephone with 911 stickers
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Fire alarm pull station

31
Question 6
  • What 8 hazards do
  • safety glasses, goggles and face shields protect
    your eyes from?

32
Answers to Question 6
  • Acids/Bases
  • Organic Solvents
  • Liquids under pressure
  • Biological fluids
  • Flying particles (Dust)
  • Ultra Violet light
  • ?eta radiation
  • Others fingers

http//www.lanl.gov/news/albums/bioscience/Anthrax
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33
Question 7
  • What should you do if there is a fire in your
    laboratory?

34
Answers to Question 7
  • Call 911
  • Pull fire alarm
  • Evacuate all personnel
  • Assist injured personnel
  • Meet in prearranged area
  • Use Fire extinguisher
  • ONLY if the fire is small
  • user must be trained
  • extinguisher lasts only 6-8 seconds

http//www.nmsu.edu/safety/news/news-items/tt-chem
-lab-fire2.htm
35
FSHN Fire 1985
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36
Question 8
  • What 3 pieces of equipment
  • must be considered when working with or storing
    flammable solvents?

Whats wrong here?
37
Answers to Question 8
  • Flammable storage cabinet
  • For closed containers
  • Fume hood
  • For active lab activities
  • Refrigerator/freezer designed for flammable
    liquids
  • For cold storage

http//www.ehs.iastate.edu/publications/factsheets
/pec.pdf
38
FSHN Explosion 2001
Human Nutritional Sciences 2104
39
Question 9
  • What 5 liquid wastes
  • cannot be disposed of down the sink?

http//www.chem.hope.edu/polik/labtour/sinkarea.h
tml
40
Answers to Question 9
  • Organic solvents
  • Radioactive liquids
  • Biohazardous waste
  • Acid/base solutions
  • Hazardous chemical solutions

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Whats wrong here?
41
Question 10
  • What are the top 5 things
  • You should not do when working in a fume hood or
    biosafety cabinet?

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42
Answers to Question 10
  • Forget to turn on power
  • Store solvents
  • Block back vents
  • Block airflow on front edge
  • or working surface
  • Work with UV lights on

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