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Purdue ChE200 Safety 10-10

Purdue ChE200 Safety 10-10 - Understanding Safety at Purdue...

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Understanding Safety at Purdue, at Home, at Work Deborah Grubbe, PE, CEng President and Owner Operations and Safety Solutions, LLC ChE 200 – October, 2010
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What we’ll cover What is safety? Eliminating and Mitigating Hazards General Off Campus Safety Laboratory Safety Home and Vacation Safety Electrical Safety Safety and the Government - OSHA Safety for Chemical Engineers - PSM
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What is safety? For you? Your family? Your neighbors? Your local politicians? Your supervisor at work? The regulator – OSHA, EPA, NIOSH Not getting hurt. Staying well. Being able to grow old!
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Hazards What is a hazard? Can we get rid of all hazards? How do we deal with hazards? Get away from it Get it away from you Protect yourself with PPE Control the environment; “rules and procedures” Put up a barrier
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What is a hazard? Pressure Pneumatic vs. Hydraulic Testing Volume Temperature Reactivity Toxicity Proximity
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