Handbook of Chemical Health and Safety (ACS Handbooks)
|Rating||:||4.85 (728 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||672 Pages|
Gerry said An important contribution. This book is outside my specialty, which is mathematics. I read it for its math applications and found those dealt with in excellent fashion. From the quality of the authors, many of whom I know personally, I am assured that other essays are of equally high quality.. Shane said Useful. A solid text but more recent materials are out there. Recommend checking out Prudent Practices. What can I say, it's a text book.. LUC Biology said great reference book. This is eaxctly what me and my staff needed as a reference book to help in our day to day job.
Specialists in different topics, almost all from the US, cover safety management and policy, risk management, emergency management, laboratory equipment, chemical management, radiological and biological safety, laboratory design, and environmental management. Each entry contains its own bibliography of sources for further information."--SciTech Book News. "The 86 articles are intended to comprise the most complete and comprehensive resource on chemical health and safety, replacing many
This handbook provides the tools necessary to create and maintain a safe work environment. In addition to these chemical safety topics, this book includes industrial hygiene issues, radiation safety practices, safe laboratory and facility design criteria, bio safety issues and more. It provides a starting point for any chemical safety study, from providing information on proper chemical and equipment handling to guidance on purchasing, storage, use and disposal. Emergency preparedness plans are given, enabling facilities to pre-plan for most emergency situations and spill prevention