Managing Risks of Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratory Environments
White coats. Safety goggles. Bunsen burners. While these items may evoke memories of high school science labs for some, for others, they are part of their daily routine. In the realm of laboratory research, chemists and lab technicians confront hazardous chemicals and potentially dangerous elements on a regular basis. Occasionally, lapses in safety protocols can exacerbate the risks they encounter. This article provides a concise examination of the typical hazards researchers face, along with established methods to address them and enhance overall safety.
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