First Aid Lab Report

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Every laboratory worker must not store or put away food and beverages in the lab. Use materials for its designed purpose only. Inform the laboratory supervisor of any unsafe condition. Must know the location and correct use of all available safety tools. Find out potential hazards and appropriate safety precautions before beginning new procedure and confirm that existing safety equipment is sufficient for this new procedure. [1] Avoid disturbing another worker while he/she is performing a laboratory task. Ensure visitors to the laboratory are equipped with appropriate safety tools. Certain all hazardous agents are stored correctly and labeled correctly. [1] Use correct procedures when handling or manipulating all hazardous materials. Before…show more content…
Laboratory Emergencies and First Aid The first aid procedures below are merely for guidance, they are not meant as a replacement to certified first aid training. Specialized or unusual treatments may be necessary for some substances. First Aid may be required for situations where there has been exposure to a chemical via: [5] • Inhalation • Skin contact • Eye contact • Ingestion (poisoning) Figure 3.1: First Aid box. A first aid kit is a collection of equipment that is used to give medical treatment. There is a wide variation in the contents of first aid kits based on the knowledge and experience of those putting it together, the few first aid requirements of the area where it may be used and variations in legislation or regulation in a given area. Table 02- DRABCD Procedures D Danger Check for danger to yourself and others. Ascertain the cause of the accident or problem. R Response Check for a response from the casualty by touching on the shoulders and talking loudly. If the casualty is unconscious, call for help.

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