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  • Thanks for posting this topic.  Likely there is agreement that exhaust from labs and lab hoods, even in an undergraduate laboratory can be hazardous in the common understanding of the term.  The Mechanical Code Section 510 "Hazardous Exhaust" is preceded ...

  • We push for the hydrogen generators vs the use of hydrogen cylinders. For the current lab using a hydrogen bottle we have it stored in a flammable storage cabinet and required flammable gas sensors in the lab. The lab also has sprinklers. Mark ...

  • Tuesday would work for myself Sent from Mail for Windows 10 ------Original Message------ All; I have just realized that I have jury duty on 11/20. Does Tuesday or Thursday of next week work? I am reluctant to push ...

  • Good morning, What precautions are you taking when researchers are wanting to use hydrogen gas in a research lab? Sprinklered, vented gas cabinet? Class 1 Division 2 wiring? Both? Neither? Anyone have labs using hydrogen generators instead of compressed ...

  • The Value of Safety

    Posted in: Safety Culture

    Happy Monday all! If you have ever wondered "does Safety really count" (OK, we all want more "proof", right?), one of our fabulous researchers here at UT Dallas published a study which scientifically validates that an investment in workplace safety ...

  • SDS Management Survey

    Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCK2LF3 Virginia Tech is evaluating commercial SDS Management System options and would appreciate any feedback from other Colleges/Universities. If you have a moment, please complete our survey here .  Thank you! ...

  • We use iPod Touch devices with a small barcode reader that connects via bluetooth (or similar) currently the Unitech Companion MS912. As we have slowly upgraded them over time, they have gotten more and more useful, and now can connect to ...