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SOPs To Work In Meidical laboratory

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SOPs To Work In laboratory

SOPs Stand for standard operating procedures Which we Follow to work in any lab like (Biochemistry / Molecular or Microbiology Etc.) Labs. You Can Complete Prepare yourself For a Lab work With Cluesbook. Visit Lab work and prepare yourself For lab work.

  1. Wear lab coat before entering the laboratory and wear closed toe shoes, open shoes are not allowed.
  2. Wash your hands thoroughly when entering and exiting the lab. Biochemical experiments are very sensitive to contamination & the chemicals can harm you so use goggles and gloves while working with them.
  3. Keep your desk and apparatus neat and clean. At the end of the lab work, clean and put all chemicals and consumables back on their labeled places.
  4. Eating and drinking is Strictly prohibited in the lab and cover your hairs while performing experiments.
  5. Properly label and store chemicals which are prepared by you.
  6. Do not smell or taste any chemicals.
  7. Do not keep a vessel with the base or acid near your eyes.
  8. Never use mouth suction for pipetting or starting a siphon.
  9. Do not discard any chemicals down the sink.
  10. Never leave spilled chemicals or water on a desktop or floor. Clean up immediately.
  11. Read the label carefully before using any chemical.
  12. Never return unused chemicals to the stock bottles. This may lead to contamination of the entire supply of reagent.
  13. Be careful not to mix stoppers or caps of reagent bottles.
  14. Never pour water into conc. Acid. Pour the acid slowly into the water with stirring. (in fume hood or near exhaust fan).
  15. Know the properties (i.e., flammability, toxicity, and reactivity) of the chemicals before use. All hazardous chemicals must be handled in a fume hood.
  16. Consult the teacher or lab manager before using any unfamiliar equipment or chemical.
  17. Report any, no matter how slight, to your instructor.
  18. In case of any spillage of chemical immediately report to your lab manager or instructor.
  19. In case of any injury, no matter how slight, report to your lab manager or instructor.
  20. Learn the safety symbols to handle the conditions as these symbols are used to prevent injury and ensure staff and visitors are well aware of the possible dangers and hazards ahead in certain situations identify the safety symbols, if you know to handle the situation take a quick action otherwise immediately call the lab manager. Some most commonly used safety symbols are

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