The general laboratory safety inspection focuses on the following
(1) Have you worn the experimental clothes and protective glasses when doing the experiment;
(2) Whether to cook food and eat in the laboratory;
(3) Whether there is a phenomenon that the discarded articles are not cleaned up in time;
(4) Whether there is a phenomenon of parking electric cars and bicycles in the laboratory;
(5) Whether there are any personal items stacked in the laboratory;
(6) Is there a phenomenon of staying in the laboratory and staying overnight?
(1) Whether there is a warning against smoking in the laboratory;
(2) Whether the configuration of fire fighting equipment is reasonable;
(3) Whether the fire exit is unblocked;
(4) Is there any phenomenon of stacking instruments and articles in the public passage;
(5) Whether there is an unauthorized use of an open flame electric furnace in a chemical laboratory.
(1) Whether there is a phenomenon that the circuit capacity is not applicable to high-power equipment;
(2) Whether there is a phenomenon of splicing wires, using flower wires, and using wooden switchboards;
(3) Whether there is a phenomenon of wire aging;
(4) Whether there are multiple high-power instruments using one terminal block;
(5) Whether there is a phenomenon that the power is not turned off in time after the instrument is used;
(6) Is there a phenomenon that the terminal block is placed directly on the ground?
4.Oven, resistance furnace
(1) Check the fault condition and whether it is out of service;
(2) Whether there are cylinders, flammable and explosive chemicals around the oven and drying oven;
(3) Whether there is a phenomenon that affects the heat dissipation of the oven and the drying box (such as the accumulation of debris around);
(4) Is there any unattended phenomenon when the drying oven is baked;
(1) Whether the doors and windows are safe;
(2) Whether there is a phenomenon that the door is open but unattended;
(3) Whether there are anti-theft and monitoring facilities in the storage places such as drugs, pathogenic microorganisms and radioactive sources;
(1) Whether the storage location is safe;
(2) Safety of acid and alkali cylinders (marking, location, capping?);
(3) Whether there is a phenomenon of stacking large barrel reagents;
(4) Whether there is a large amount of chemicals and organic solvents mixed;
(5) Whether there are chemical reagents with unknown labels;
(6) Is there a phenomenon that the reagent bottle cap is opened for storage?
Whether the implementation of the "five pairs" management system: double reception, double use, double transport, double lock storage.
8.Three waste discharge
(1) Whether it is equipped with a laboratory waste sorting container;
(2) Whether there is a phenomenon of mixing experimental waste and domestic waste;
(3) Whether it is found that there is a phenomenon of dumping discarded chemical reagents into the sewer;
(4) Whether there is a phenomenon of stacking laboratory waste outside the laboratory;
(5) Is there any toxic and harmful gas to be discharged at will, and whether there is a gas absorption device.
(1) Whether the mechanical refrigerator containing the chemical reagent has been explosion-proof modified;
(2) Mechanical frost-free refrigerators must not store chemical reagents (must be discontinued);
(3) Whether there is a refrigerator that has expired and has not been scrapped;
(4) Whether the newly purchased mechanical refrigerator stores chemical reagents;
(5) Whether there is a phenomenon that affects the heat dissipation of the refrigerator (such as stacking debris around the refrigerator);
(6) Whether there is a phenomenon in which food is placed in the refrigerator;
(7) It is best to purchase a professional explosion-proof refrigerator to store volatile, flammable and explosive dangerous goods that are difficult to store at room temperature.
10.Gas cylinder safety
(1) Whether or not a residual waste cylinder is stored;
(2) Whether there is a phenomenon that the cylinder is not fixed;
(3) Whether there is a phenomenon of mixing dangerous cylinders (mainly refers to the mixing of flammable gas cylinders and oxygen-resistant combustion-resistant gas cylinders);
(4) Whether there is insufficient ventilation in the storage place of dangerous gas cylinders;
(5) Whether there is a large number of cylinders stacked;
(6) Whether there is a phenomenon of forgetting to close the safety valve;
(7) Whether there is a corresponding gas mark on the cylinder;
(8) Whether the cylinder connection stored in the separate cylinder storage room is standardized;
(9) Whether the independent cylinder storage room is managed by a person;
(10) Check the gas connection line.
(1) Is there a corresponding operating procedure and whether the experiment is carried out as required;
(2) Whether to classify laboratory waste;
(3) Is the hazardous microbiology laboratory safe (including procurement, storage, experimentation, waste disposal, etc.)
(4) Whether the toxic and harmful biological waste is autoclaved.
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