Posted by Admin on March, 20, 2015
Powdered Chemicals require careful handling while being used in laboratories. They are prone to becoming airborne, mostly during weighing and mixing. From there onwards, these chemicals and their subliming vapors get settled on different surfaces, such as, on the countertops, clothing or skin of lab personnel. Being present in the breathing zone, these hazardous chemicals could enter the body through inhalation and skin absorption. If precautionary measures are not taken, they also get carried outside the laboratories and cause further contamination. Here we have listed some of these measures that can be helpful in avoiding such situations at your workspace…
Just by following these simple measures, many health and environment hazards can be averted. Also, you should be aware about the properties of the Powdered Chemical being used and take other suitable measures for ensuring safety.
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