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Research Laboratory Safety

Research Laboratory Safety explains the most important prerequisite when working in a laboratory: Knowing the potential hazards of equipment and the chemical materials to be employed. Students learn how to assess and control risks in a research laboratory and to identify a possible danger. An approach on the hazard classes such as physical, chemical, biological and radiation hazards is given and exercises to each class prepare for exams.

  • Practical approach supplemented by checklists and exercises on Risk assessment, Hazard control and identification methods and many more
  • Short case studies/examples in each chapter, one drawn from an "obvious" field, one from a "non-obvious" field

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Daniel R. Kuespert, Johns Hopkins University, MD, USA

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Audience: Chemical Process Engineers, Chemical and Mechanical Engineers, Chemists, Physicists, Biologists and students thereof

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