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Personal Protective Equipment and Industrial Safety

Personal Protective Equipment and Industrial Safety

PPE to the personal protective helmets, gloves, goggles, face shields, clothing, facemasks and or respirators, and other equipment designed to protect the wearer from injury and the spread of infection or illness. 

1. Safety glasses must be worn at all times 

2. Long and loose hair must be contained. 

3. Sturdy footwear must be worn at times in work areas.

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Check that all the components of the tester are properly tightened, if any bolt is found loose, tightened it fully before using the tester. Switch on the tester to check its functioning. Make sure that the tester is properly earthed. For the Rub-fastness test specimens shall be rectangular in shape, and length shall be 200mm with 20mm. 


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The crock meter circle of 35 mm diameter should be used for colorfastness and rectangular strips of 50X20 mm shall be used for conducting tests for print adhesion. The user must be trained by a lab supervisor.

Do not allow the test specimen to soak in water for a period of more than one hour. Wherever possible carry out the test under the standard atmospheric condition. The test specimens shall be held such that no wrinkling takes place during the test.

Set the desired number of test cycles on the pre-set counter then Switch on the test switch. allow the test to run till the motor stops automatically after giving the desired number of rubs to the test specimen. Turn off the test switch. remove the test specimen from the tester and examine its area.

Safety Rules for Chemicals Industries

1. Always wear eye protection; wear protective gloves wherever possible.

2. Carry out as much work as possible in an efficient fume cupboard, wearing respiratory equipment if required; at the very least, work in a well-ventilated area.

3. Avoid all contact with skin, eyes, and mucosal tissue.

4. Immediately rinse splashes from the skin using plenty of cold water; use polyethylene glycol to rinse off lipophilic substances. Never use organic substances, as they may be absorbed.

5. Corrosive substances entering the eye should be thoroughly rinsed out with a gentle jet of water (or using special eye-wash equipment). Hold the eyelids wide open and move the eyes in all directions. Consult an eye specialist immediately, stating the chemical substance involved.

6. Immediately remove any clothing that has become contaminated with a corrosive substance. Be sure to seek medical advice in the event of an accident or if you feel unwell.

7. Do not eat, drink or smoke in the laboratory.

General Precautions against chemicals

We, therefore, assume that users, through their technical training and professional experience, will be familiar with the precautions that they need to observe when handling the chemicals. Since, as a rule, only small quantities are handled in the laboratory, any risk to health can generally be ruled out by close observance of the advice printed on the label.

Any product in which a harmful property is presumed but not backed up with toxicological data bears the following safety warning on its label.   

Note: Anyone handling chemicals should always observe the following safety rules, whether the label carries a hazard warning or not.  


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