American Chemical Society web page outlines the concept of RAMP (Recognize, Assess, Minimize, Prepare). This is a mnemonic device used to help professionals, and students alike to remember key safety principles. This is a helpful framework to enable environment awareness, optimizing safety.
American Chemical Society resource, geared towards first and second year university students. This document serves as a guide for the best laboratory practices to ensure safety. It covers RAMP principles, lab protocols, chemical hazard information, lab techniques, and safety equipment & emergency responses.
American Chemical Society web page covers thirteen categories of substances commonly found in laboratory settings, with information on how they are potentially harmful. Each category contains a list of examples to be aware of.
American Chemical Society web page discusses the best procedures for both teachers and students, in order to ensure chemical safety before, during and after and experiment.
American Chemical Society web page outlines procedure for assessing hazardous risks before, during, and after an experiment. This page outlines protocol for emergency situations, as well.
American Chemical Society web page offers an example of student laboratory guidelines, along with an example safety contract.
American Chemical Society web page briefly breaks down how to read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS). This includes a listing of SDS section numbers and headings.
A listing of terms that every student and teacher should be aware of, regarding chemical safety.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention web page provides information on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This page also includes further resources related to PPE.
American Chemical Society web page outlines protocol for emergency situations. This helps students and teachers be prepared in the case of an emergency.
Dow has developed a digital learning academy that utilizes Dow’s industrial safety culture and lab safety practices. The module topics include orientation and training, specialized topics, evaluation of lab hazards, and building a sustainable safety culture.