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MANAGING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AT STANFORD

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  Title: 1. Managing Hazardous Waste (includes titles 8 - 15 below)
 

Length: 5 min. 1 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&SManagement
Copyright: 2006

Description: A general introduction to managing and tagging hazardous waste in your lab area.

   
  Title: 2. Four Critical Steps to Managing Hazardous Waste
 

Length: 45 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: What is the process for managing hazardous waste in your lab area?

   
  Title: 3. Accumulations
 

Length: 1 min. 14 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: How should you tag hazardous waste that you are in the process of accumulating?

   
  Title: 4. Chemical Names and Concentrations
 

Length: 45 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: How should you complete tags for containers with varying concentrations?

   
  Title: 5. Dilute Solutions
 

Length: 15 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: What should I put on a tag for a dilute solution?

   
  Title: 6. Samples
 

Length: 27 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: How should I label and tag samples?

   
  Title: 7. Unwanted Reaction Residues
 

Length: 39 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: How should I tag reaction residues I don't need any more?

   
  Title: 8. Degraded and Unusable Materials
 

Length: 18 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: How should I tag degraded and unusable materials?

   
  Title: 9. Is This Not a Hazardous Waste?
 

Length: 29 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: Where can I look to confirm if a substance is considered hazardous or not?

   
  Title: 10. Instrument Flaming
 

Length: 2 min. 35 sec.
Author: Stanford EH&S
Copyright: 2006

Description: What precautions do you need to take when you use a flam to sterilize a blade or other instrument you're about to use in the lab?

For information about these videos contact the EH&S training office at 723-7404 or email us at ehs-training@list.stanford.edu.


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