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Question Bank Multiple choice - Virginia Tech

Safety glasses d. Gloves . b. Lab Coats e. All of the above . c. Face Shields . 4. Chemical, reagents or broth cultures should be pipetted by _____? a. mouth c. pipetter . b. ear d. nose . 5. Good work practices include, a. smelling and tasting chemicals . b. not washing hands before and after lab . c. confining long hair and loose clothing

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Standard Precautions - Centers for Disease Control and ...

Wear protective clothing that covers skin and personal clothing during procedures or activities where contact with blood, saliva, or OPIM is anticipated. Wear mouth, nose, and eye protection during procedures that are likely to generate splashes or spattering of blood or other body fluids. Remove PPE before leaving the work area.

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Standard Microbiological Practices for Biosafety Level 1 ...

2. Protective laboratory coats, gowns, or uniforms are recommended to prevent contamination of personal clothing. 3. Wear protective eyewear when conducting procedures that have the potential to create splashes of microorganisms or other hazardous materials. Persons who wear contact lenses in laboratories should also wear eye protection. 4.

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Question Bank Multiple choice - Virginia Tech

Safety glasses d. Gloves . b. Lab Coats e. All of the above . c. Face Shields . 4. Chemical, reagents or broth cultures should be pipetted by _____? a. mouth c. pipetter . b. ear d. nose . 5. Good work practices include, a. smelling and tasting chemicals . b. not washing hands before and after lab . c. confining long hair and loose clothing

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Safe Disposal of Infectious Laboratory Waste - Biosafety ...

Human activities produce biological waste in the form of human excreta or other discarded materials, much of which may contain infectious microorganisms. Such waste, if untreated, has varying degrees of potential to cause disease. Existing methods of sanitation have served effectively to protect the public's health from any disease associated with biological waste.

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Personal Protective Equipment for Infection Control | FDA

All personal protective equipment (PPE) that is intended for use as a medical device must follow The FDA's regulations and should meet applicable voluntary consensus standards for protection.

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Standard Precautions - Centers for Disease Control and ...

Wear protective clothing that covers skin and personal clothing during procedures or activities where contact with blood, saliva, or OPIM is anticipated. Wear mouth, nose, and eye protection during procedures that are likely to generate splashes or spattering of blood or other body fluids. Remove PPE before leaving the work area.

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Third edition - WHO

Using biological safety cabinets in the laboratory 57 11. Safety equipment 61 Negative-pressure flexible-film isolators 61 Pipetting aids 63 Homogenizers, shakers, blenders and sonicators 63 Disposable transfer loops 64 Microincinerators 64 Personal protective equipment and clothing 64 PART IV. Good microbiological techniques 67 12. Laboratory ...

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Standard Precautions - Centers for Disease Control and ...

Wear protective clothing that covers skin and personal clothing during procedures or activities where contact with blood, saliva, or OPIM is anticipated. Wear mouth, nose, and eye protection during procedures that are likely to generate splashes or spattering of blood or other body fluids. Remove PPE before leaving the work area.

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Environmental Health & Safety

This Environmental Health & Safety guideline documentation is intended for researchers and laboratory personnel. The purpose of this Guidance Document for Disinfectants and Sterilization Methods is to assist lab personnel in their decisions involving the judicious selection and proper use of specific disinfectants and sterilization methods.

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Department of Health | 9 Protecting food from contamination

Correct food handling practice and food storage helps prevent bacteria from contaminating and multiplying on foods. The following action needs to be taken to prevent bacterial contamination: Fig. 3.33: The food contamination chain can be broken in several places. Food can be protected from contamination by handling it with care.

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Appendix E: Best Practices in Laboratory Safety Management ...

These areas include material safety data sheet collections, Chemical Hygiene Plans, other safety publications, forms, waste stickers, spill control materials and more. Professor Sherer in CEE has also established a safety drawer for each laboratory.

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Environmental Health & Safety

This Environmental Health & Safety guideline documentation is intended for researchers and laboratory personnel. The purpose of this Guidance Document for Disinfectants and Sterilization Methods is to assist lab personnel in their decisions involving the judicious selection and proper use of specific disinfectants and sterilization methods.

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Department of Health | 9 Protecting food from contamination

Correct food handling practice and food storage helps prevent bacteria from contaminating and multiplying on foods. The following action needs to be taken to prevent bacterial contamination: Fig. 3.33: The food contamination chain can be broken in several places. Food can be protected from contamination by handling it with care.

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Standard Precautions - Centers for Disease Control and ...

Wear protective clothing that covers skin and personal clothing during procedures or activities where contact with blood, saliva, or OPIM is anticipated. Wear mouth, nose, and eye protection during procedures that are likely to generate splashes or spattering of blood or other body fluids. Remove PPE before leaving the work area.

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Standard Microbiological Practices for Biosafety Level 1 ...

2. Protective laboratory coats, gowns, or uniforms are recommended to prevent contamination of personal clothing. 3. Wear protective eyewear when conducting procedures that have the potential to create splashes of microorganisms or other hazardous materials. Persons who wear contact lenses in laboratories should also wear eye protection. 4.

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Standard Microbiological Practices for Biosafety Level 1 ...

2. Protective laboratory coats, gowns, or uniforms are recommended to prevent contamination of personal clothing. 3. Wear protective eyewear when conducting procedures that have the potential to create splashes of microorganisms or other hazardous materials. Persons who wear contact lenses in laboratories should also wear eye protection. 4.

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Third edition - WHO

Using biological safety cabinets in the laboratory 57 11. Safety equipment 61 Negative-pressure flexible-film isolators 61 Pipetting aids 63 Homogenizers, shakers, blenders and sonicators 63 Disposable transfer loops 64 Microincinerators 64 Personal protective equipment and clothing 64 PART IV. Good microbiological techniques 67 12. Laboratory ...

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Environmental Health & Safety

This Environmental Health & Safety guideline documentation is intended for researchers and laboratory personnel. The purpose of this Guidance Document for Disinfectants and Sterilization Methods is to assist lab personnel in their decisions involving the judicious selection and proper use of specific disinfectants and sterilization methods.

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CHECKLIST FOR COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA LABORATORY STANDARD ...

CHECKLIST FOR COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA LABORATORY STANDARD (CHEMICAL HYGIENE) Item Y N 1. Population Identification ... can demonstrate chemical and laboratory procedure safety knowledge.) Can Employees provide ... respirators, protective clothing, and other PPE are used as necessary. PPE is cleaned and stored properly. Page 2 of 3

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Personal Protective Equipment for Infection Control | FDA

All personal protective equipment (PPE) that is intended for use as a medical device must follow The FDA's regulations and should meet applicable voluntary consensus standards for protection.

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CHECKLIST FOR COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA LABORATORY STANDARD ...

CHECKLIST FOR COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA LABORATORY STANDARD (CHEMICAL HYGIENE) Item Y N 1. Population Identification ... can demonstrate chemical and laboratory procedure safety knowledge.) Can Employees provide ... respirators, protective clothing, and other PPE are used as necessary. PPE is cleaned and stored properly. Page 2 of 3

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CHECKLIST FOR COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA LABORATORY STANDARD ...

CHECKLIST FOR COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA LABORATORY STANDARD (CHEMICAL HYGIENE) Item Y N 1. Population Identification ... can demonstrate chemical and laboratory procedure safety knowledge.) Can Employees provide ... respirators, protective clothing, and other PPE are used as necessary. PPE is cleaned and stored properly. Page 2 of 3

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