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Handbook of laboratory health and safety 2nd ed

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단행본
Personal Author
Stricoff, R. Scott. Walters, Douglas B. Stricoff, R. Scott.
Title Statement
Handbook of laboratory health and safety / R. Scott Stricoff and Douglas B. Walters.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Wiley,   c1995.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 462 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
047102628X (cloth : alk. paper)
General Note
"A Wiley-Interscience publication."  
Rev. ed of: Laboratory health and safety handbook / R. Scott Stricoff, Douglas B. Walters, c1990.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Chemical laboratories --Safety measures --Handbooks, manuals, etc. Laboratories --United States --handbooks. Safety --handbooks. Risk Management --standards --United States --handbooks.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
PREFACE = xv
Ⅰ MANAGING HEALTH AND SAFETY RISKS = 1
 1 MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP AND EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT = 3
  1.1 Introduction = 3
  1.2 Occupational Safety and Health Administration Guidelines = 3
  1.3 Policies = 4
  1.4 Goals and Objectives = 5
  1.5 Top Management Involvement = 6
  1.6 Employee Involvement = 7
  1.7 Responsibilities = 8
  1.8 Authority and Resources = 8
  1.9 Accountability = 9
  1.10 Program Evaluation = 9
  1.11 Conclusion =11
  1.13 Bibliography = 11
 Attachment 1 : Sample Laboratory Health and Safety Assessment Questionnaire = 12
 2 HAZARD EVALUATION AND IDENTIFICATION = 24
  2.1 Introduction = 24
  2.2 Occupational Safety and Health Administration Guidelines = 25
  2.3 Surveys = 25
  2.4 Change Analysis = 29
  2.5 Job Hazard Analysis = 30
  2.6 Inspections = 30
  2.7 Hazard Reporting = 31
  2.8 Accident/Incident Investigation = 31
  2.9 Trends Analysis of Injuries and Illnesses = 32
  2.10 common Laboratory Hazards = 32
  2.11 Hazard Analysis Reference Material = 32
  2.12 Conclusion = 35
  2.13 Bibliography = 35
 Attachment 1 : OSHA Job Hazard Analysis Form = 36
 Attachment 2 : Sample Laboratory Inspection Checklist = 37
 Attachment 3 : Laboratory Incident Investigation Form = 44
 3 RESPONSIBILITIES = 47
  3.1 Introduction = 47
  3.2 Responsibilities = 47
  3.3 Conclusion = 50
Ⅱ LABORATORY HEALTH AND SAFETY ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS = 53
 4 DOCUMENTATION = 55
  4.1 Introduction = 55
  4.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 55
  4.3 Implementation of Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 57
  4.4 Bibliography = 60
 5 TRAINING = 61
  5.1 Introduction = 61
  5.2 Suggested laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 62
  5.3 Health and Safety Training programs = 63
  5.4 Record Keeping = 73
  5.5 Responsibility for Training = 75
  5.6 OSHA's Voluntary Training Guidelines = 76
  5.7 Training Resources = 79
  5.8 Bibliography = 80
 6 MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE = 81
  6.1 Introduction = 81
  6.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 82
  6.3 Medical Surveillance Programs = 82
  6.4 Biological Monitoring = 88
  6.5 Issues for program Implementation = 89
  6.6 Bibliography = 92
 7 CHEMICAL HYGIENE PROGRAM = 94
  7.1 Introduction = 94
  7.2 Overview of OSHA's Laboratiory Standard (29 CFR 1910.1450) = 95
  7.3 Instituting a Chemical Hygiene Program = 101
  7.4 Writing a Chemical Hygiene Plan = 105
  7.5 Designing a Chemical Hygiene Training Program = 106
  7.6 Conclusion = 108
  7.7 Bibliography = 108
 Attachment 1 : Outline for Model Chemical Hygiene Plan = 109
 Attachment 2 : Outline for Model Chemical Hygiene Training Program = 110
Ⅲ HAZARD EVALUATION AND IDENTIFICATION = 115
 8 CHEMICAL EXPOSURE EVALUATION = 117
  8.1 Introduction = 117
  8.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 118
  8.3 Implementation of Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 118
  8.4 Bibliography and Equipment References = 126
 9 BIOSAFETY = 133
  9.1 Introduction = 133
  9.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 134
  9.3 CDC/NIH Guidelines-scope and Application = 134
  9.4 Research Involving Recombinant DNA = 137
  9.5 Identification of Hazards/Classification of Organisms = 140
  9.6 OSHA Blood-Borne Pathogen Standard-Scope and Application = 142
  9.7 Bibliography = 147
 Attachment 1 : Laboratory Biosafety level Criteria = 148
 Attachment 2 : Classification of Microorganisms on the Basis of Hazard = 169
 10 RADIATION = 174
  10.1 Introduction = 174
  10.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 175
  10.3 United Sates Nuclear Regulatory Commission = 175
  10.4 transportation Regulations = 178
  10.5 Implementation of Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines - Developement of a Pradiation Protection Program = 178
  10.6 Nonionizing Radiation = 190
  10.7 Bibliography = 193
 Attachment 1 : Suggested Equipement and Suppliers = 194
 Attachment 2 : Sample preparedness and procedures Statement Form = 195
 Attachment 3 : Laser Survey Form = 197
 11 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES MANAGEMENT = 198
  11.1 Introduction = 198
  11.2 Schedule of Controlled Substances = 199
  11.3 Activities Conducted with Controlled Substances = 201
  11.4 Implementation of Requirements for Registration and Security = 202
  11.5 additional Requirements = 204
  11.6 Listed Chemicals and Certain Machines = 208
  11.7 Importers and Exporters of Controlled Substances = 209
  11.8 administrative Functions, Practices, and Procedures = 209
  11.9 Further Information = 209
  11.10 Bibliography = 209
 12 ERGONOMICS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT = 211
  12.1 Introduction = 211
  12.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 212
  12.3 Occupational Safety and Health Administration Recommendations = 212
  12.4 Work Site Analysis = 213
  12.5 Hazard Prevention and Control = 219
  12.6 Medical Management = 224
  12.7 Training and Education = 225
  12.8 Bibliography = 225
 13 WASTE MANAGEMENT = 227
  13.1 Introduction = 227
  13.2 suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 228
  13.3 Regulatory Compliance = 228
  13.4 Waste Management Practices/Methodologies(Waste Minimization) = 232
  13.5 Radioactive Waste Management = 235
  13.6 Biohazardous Waste Management = 238
  13.7 Program Review = 241
  13.8 Reference Guides = 242
  13.9 Bibliography = 242
Ⅳ ENGINEERING CONTROLS = 243
 14 GENERAL LABORATORY DESIGN = 245
  14.1 Introduction = 245
  14.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 245
  14.3 How to Design General-Use Laboratories = 246
  14.4 General Laboratory Construction = 253
  14.5 Bibliography = 257
 15 BARRIER SYSTEM DESIGN = 258
  15.1 Introduction = 258
  15.2 Overview of Barrier Design principles = 258
  15.3 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 260
  15.4 Implementation of Suggested Guidelines = 261
  15.5 Fire Safety and Firefighting Considerations in Toxicological Laboratory Design = 268
  15.6 Maintaining Structural Integrity = 270
  15.7 Site Selection = 271
  15.8 Bibliography = 272
 16 BENTILATION = 274
  16.1 Introduction = 274
  16.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 275
  16.3 Implementation of Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 276
  16.4 Bibliography = 295
 Attachment 1 : Instructions for Monitoring Laboratory Hoods and Sample Monitoring Form = 296
 Attachment 2 : Performance Tests = 298
Ⅴ PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND WORK PRACTICE CONTROLS = 311
 17 SAFETY SHOWERS AND EYEWASH STATIONS = 313
  17.1 Introduction = 313
  17.2 sugested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 313
  17.3 Occupational Safety and Health Administration Requirements = 314
  17.4 American National Standard Institute Recommendations = 314
  17.5 suggested Manufacturers and Suppliers = 323
  17.6 Bibliography = 324
 18 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT = 325
  18.1 Introduction = 325
  18.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 326
  18.3 Implementation of Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 327
  18.4 Effect of PPE on Job Performance = 334
  18.5 Personal Protective Equipment Manufactures and Distributors = 336
  18.6 Bibliography = 336
 Attachment 1 : Protective Clothing Vendors = 338
 19 RESPIRATORY PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT = 348
  19.1 Introduction = 348
  19.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 349
  19.3 Implementation of suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 350
  19.4 record Keeping and documentation = 357
  19.5 Bibliography = 358
 Attachment 1 : Isoamyl Acetate (Banana Oil) Qualitative Fit Test Protocol = 358
 Attachment 2 : Saccharin Solution Aerosol Qualitative Fit Test Protocal = 361
 Attachment 3 : Irritant Smoke Qualitative Fit Test Protocal = 364
 Attachment 4 : Respirator Quantitative Fit Test Procedures = 365
 20 CHEMICAL HANDLING = 371
  20.1 Introduction = 371
  20.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 371
  20.3 Overview of Chemical handling Principles = 372
  20.4 Procurement, Receipt, and Distribution of Hazardous Chemical = 373
  20.5 Chemical Storage = 373
  20.6 Handling and Transport of Hazadous Chemicals = 375
  20.7 Conclusion = 379
  20.8 Bibliography = 379
 21 FIRE AND EXPLOSION PROTECTION = 380
  21.1 Introduction = 380
  21.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 380
  21.3 Implementation of /suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 382
  21.4 Additional Guidance Inforamation = 386
  21.5 Bibliography = 390
 Attachment 1 : Manufacturers of Fire Protection Equipment = 390
Ⅵ EMERGENCY RESPONSE = 397
 22 EMERGENCY RESPONSE = 399
  22.1 Introduction = 399
  22.2 Suggested Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines = 399
  22.3 Incidental Spill Cleanup = 400
  22.4 Means of Egress = 402
  22.5 Alarm Systems = 405
  22.6 Emergency Power = 405
  22.7 Emergency Medical Response = 407
  22.8 Bibliography = 410
APPENDIXES
 1 REGULATIONS OF PRIMARY CONCERN TO LABORATORIES = 411
 2 GLOSSARY = 415
 3 ADDTIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY = 430
 4 SUGGESTED LABORATORY HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDELINES = 433
INDEX = 447


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