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Fume Hood Emissions Minimize fume hood emissions to protect the environment and air quality. Never evaporate waste form hood as there is not likely pollution control at
the exhaust. Minimize use of volatile liquids. Close and seal after using.
Questions: Ask TA, lab supervisor, safety coordinator, or EH&S
11. Personal Protective Equipment Immediately, don PPE before entering the teaching laboratories. At a minimum,
the following PPE must be worn at all times
1. Eye Protection a. ANSI compliant chemical splash goggles.
b. Goggles straps must be adjusted to fit properly at all times.
a. When handling hazardous chemicals or contacting potentially
contaminated surfaces, protective gloves are to be worn.
b. Wear gloves to prevent skin exposure. If this chemical is handled
in a closed system in a certified chemical fume hood, use
appropriate chemical resistant gloves.
c. Never re-use disposable gloves, such as nitrile. Remove and
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2013 for the course CHE CHE 2C taught by Professor Nasiri during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '07