It's vital that you prepare for each lab activity by determining the possible risks, donning the right PPE, and be aware of any protective measures and emergency responses that are pertinent for the chemicals that you'll be working with.
• Eye protection
• Transporting chemicals
• Lab aprons and arm-length rubber gloves
• Inhalation exposure
• Chemical spill response
• Chemical disposal
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This video provides guidance for working safely in a modern science lab and is intended to supplement the formal instruction provided in each institution and lab. This video is not a substitute for a safety training program.