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Preface to the Students. To the Instructor. Acknowledgments. Acronyms.Chapter 1 Principles, Ethics, and Practices.

1.1.1 The Four Principles of Safety. 1.1.2 What is Green Chemistry? 1.2.1 Rethinking Safety: Learning from Laboratory Incidents. 1.2.2 Green Chemistry in Organic Chemistry. 1.3.1 Fostering a Safety Culture. 1.3.2 Employers’ Expectations of Safety Skills for New Chemists. 1.3.3 Laws and Regulations Pertaining to Safety. 1.3.4 Green Chemistry – The Big Picture.

Chapter 2 Emergency Response.

2.1.1 Responding to Laboratory Emergencies. 2.1.2 Fire Emergencies in Introductory Courses. 2.1.3 Chemical Spills: On You and in the Laboratory. 2.1.4 First Aid in Chemistry Laboratories. 2.2.1 Fire Emergencies in Organic and Advanced Courses. 2.2.2 Chemical Spills: Containment and Clean-up.

Chapter 3 Understanding and Communicating about Laboratory Hazards.

3.1.1 Routes of Exposure to Hazards. 3.1.2 Learning the Language of Safety: Signs, Symbols, and Labels. 3.1.3 Finding Hazard Information – Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). 3.2.1 The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). 3.2.2 Information Resources About Laboratory Hazards and Safety. 3.2.3 Interpreting MSDS Information. 3.3.1 Chemical Hygiene Plans.

Chapter 4 Recognizing Laboratory Hazards: Toxic Substances and Biological Agents.

4.1.1 Introduction to Toxicology. 4.1.2 Acute Toxicity. 4.2.1 Chronic Toxicity. 4.3.1 Carcinogens. 4.3.2 Biotransformation, Bioaccumulation, and Elimination of Toxicants. 4.3.3 Biological Hazards and Biosafety.

Chapter 5 Recognizing Laboratory Hazards: Physical Hazards.

5.1.1 Corrosive Hazards in Introductory Chemistry Laboratories. 5.1.2 Flammables – Chemicals with Burning Passions. 5.2.1 Corrosives in Advanced Laboratories. 5.2.2 The Chemistry of Fire and Explosions. 5.2.3 Incompatibles – A Clash of Violent Proportions.  5.3.1 Gas Cylinders and Cryogenic Liquid Tanks. 5.3.2 Peroxides – Potentially Explosive Hazards. 5.3.3 Reactive and Unstable Laboratory Chemicals. 5.3.4 Hazards from Low or High Pressure Systems. 5.3.5 Electrical Hazards. 5.3.6 Housekeeping in the Research Laboratory – The Dangers of Messy Labs. 5.3.7 Nonionizing Radiation and Electric and Magnetic Fields. 5.3.8 An Array of Rays—Ionizing Radiation Hazards in the Laboratory. 5.3.9 Cryogenic Hazards – A Chilling Experience. 5.3.10 Runaway Reactions. 5.3.11 Hazards of Catalysts.

Chapter 6 Risk Assessment.

6.1.1 Risk Assessment – Living Safely with Hazards. 6.2.1 Using the GHS to Evaluate Chemical Toxic Hazards. 6.2.2 Understanding Occupational Exposure Limits. 6.3.1 Assessing Chemical Exposure. 6.3.2 Working or Visiting in a New Laboratory. 6.3.3 Safety Planning for New Experiments.

Chapter 7 Minimizing, Controlling and Managing Hazards.

7.1.1 Managing Risk – Making Decisions about Safety. 7.1.2 Laboratory Eye Protection. 7.1.3 Protecting Your Skin – Clothes, Gloves and Tools. 7.1.4 Chemical Hoods in Introductory Laboratories. 7.2.1 More about Eye and Face Protection. 7.2.2 Protecting Your Skin in Advanced Laboratories. 7.2.3 Containment and Ventilation in Advanced Laboratories. 7.3.1 Safety Measures for Common Laboratory Operations. 7.3.2 Radiation Safety. 7.3.3 Laser Safety. 7.3.4 Biological Safety Cabinets. 7.3.5 Protective Clothing and Respirators. 7.3.6 Safety in the Research Laboratory 7.3.7 Process Safety for Chemical Operations.

Chapter 8 Chemical Management: Inspections, Storage, Wastes, and Security.

8.1.1 Introduction to Handling Chemical Wastes. 8.2.1 Storing Flammables and Corrosives. 8.3.1 Doing Your Own Safety Inspection. 8.3.2 Managing Chemicals in Your Laboratory. 8.3.3 Chemical Inventories and Storage. 8.3.4 Handling Hazardous Laboratory Waste. 8.3.5 Chemical Security. Index.

by Robert H. Hill Jr. (Author)- 2010

  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 542 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0470344288
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 9780470344286

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