Chemistry 30A3 Fall 2011 Labs Dr. Troendle 12

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Chemical Biology 3OA3, September 2009 Page 12 PROCEDURES A. Procedure for the Checking of Laboratory Locker Equipment 1. The student reports to the appropriate laboratory and at each station will find: (i) Locker equipment sheet. (ii) Locker number and key. PLEASE NOTE: 50 cent cash fine to have locker opened when key is forgotten. (iii) Safety Bulletin, if not included in Lab Manual. 2. Sign and complete last page of Safety Bulletin and place in box in lab before you leave the lab on the first day . 3. Print name, I.D. No., and date on locker equipment sheet. 4. Place all items from the locker on the bench and after checking them against the locker equipment sheet, return to the locker only those items which are listed on the locker equipment sheet
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Unformatted text preview: . Any surplus equipment noticed in locker, during the course, should be returned to the extra equipment box. 5. Report all discrepancies or damage, to the Assistant. If the Assistant decides that a damaged item is still usable or a deficiency is acceptable, then the assistant should record the details and initial it on your equipment sheet. 6. The Assistant will send you to the Technician if replacement items are needed. 7. If a replacement item is not available the technician will record the details and initial it on your equipment sheet. Outstanding items will be replaced as soon as possible Sign the equipment sheet ONLY AFTER your assistant has signed that he/she considers it complete....
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