The basic points of standardized laboratory management are as follows:
1. establish a strict laboratory management system, clear responsibilities and requirements to prevent operators from violating the law.
2. Keep the laboratory environment clean and tidy, pay attention to the details of the operation, to avoid contamination brought about by operator errors. Regularly and thoroughly clean the laboratory and equipment to avoid dust and excessive humidity. 3.
3. Staff entering the operation room should change clothes, hats and shoes, and bring no non-experimental items into the laboratory to avoid contamination and interference with experimental operations. 4.
4. Projects that cause cross-contamination or interference with each other should be separated. 5.
5. Access to areas with control requirements should be restricted and unrelated persons should not be allowed to enter or leave the laboratory at will.
6. the countertops and items of different projects should not be mixed, and experimental operations need to be carried out in fume hoods.
The laboratory environment requirements are as follows:
1. the laboratory layout is reasonable, to avoid interference and cross-contamination between the work area and test items.
2. Test sites requiring strict control of temperature and humidity should be equipped with appropriate facilities and monitoring equipment, and record environmental conditions.
3. When electromagnetic interference, noise or vibration and other environmental factors have an impact on the testing work, special monitoring measures should be taken, and record the relevant parameters. For vibration requirements and easy to produce large vibration testing projects, vibration isolation and anti-vibration measures should be taken.
4. Precision instruments shall not be mixed with chemical analysis laboratories to prevent moisture and chemical corrosion of instruments.
5. Laboratory areas and office areas should be properly separated, and areas that may affect the quality of work should be restricted and controlled.
6. the laboratory shall be kept clean, tidy, bright and quiet.
7. Waste water, exhaust gas and other hazardous substances shall be handled in accordance with environmental protection requirements.
8. Samples should be divided into waiting for the test area, in the test area, the test area and retained sample area, and clearly marked.
9. There should be an independent pure water preparation room.
Laboratory items and reagents management requirements are as follows:
1. The items in the laboratory shall be divided into three categories: in use, scrapped and idle, and arranged in an orderly and neat manner. Items not related to testing should be removed from the laboratory. 2.
2. Glass measuring instruments should be numbered and should not be mixed with chemical reagents to prevent cross-contamination. 3.
3. chemical reagents should be stored in a special warehouse, the laboratory only a small amount of reagents for short-term needs, and should be stored separately from the configuration of the reagent solutions.
4. Reagent cabinets should be easy to separate the reagents stored, according to the nature of the compartment to avoid contamination and mixing.
5. easy to produce contamination of other reagents substance reagents should be tightly encapsulated and stored separately from other reagents. Volatile reagents should pay special attention to refrigeration. 6.
6. Reagents that are vulnerable to damage and deterioration should be protected with appropriate measures, such as desiccators, anti-7. All types of reagents should be clearly labeled with information such as the name, nature, storage conditions, date of manufacture and shelf life of the reagent to ensure proper use and timely replacement.
8. Waste chemical reagents should be properly handled and stored in accordance with regulations. Hazardous waste should be stored centrally in special containers and regularly entrusted to professional units for treatment.
9. Single-use experimental materials shall be sealed and stored, and sterilized and treated in accordance with the stipulated procedures.
10. Instruments and equipments in the laboratory shall be regularly maintained and serviced, and calibrated and inspected according to requirements to ensure their normal operation and accuracy.
11. The Laboratory shall be equipped with appropriate safety facilities, such as fire-fighting equipment, emergency exits, and medical first-aid equipment, to respond to emergencies.
12. Laboratory personnel shall receive the necessary safety training and knowledge education to understand laboratory safety practices and emergency response measures to ensure safety awareness and operational capability.
13. The Laboratory shall establish a sound accident reporting and recording system, investigate and analyze accidents, and take timely measures to prevent the recurrence of similar accidents.
14. The person in charge of the laboratory shall be responsible for the safety management of the laboratory, organize regular safety inspections and internal audits, and carry out timely rectification of the problems found.