We ask that our cyanides be kept under lock and key within any lab. Even within the stockroom, they are kept within a separate locked room within the locked stockroom. The profs can put a lock on one cabinet or drawer.
We also ask the same of formaldehyde.
Laboratory Materials Supervisor
1600 Grand Ave
St Paul, MN 55105
NAOSMM president July 2011-July 2013
We are re-evaluating our current process for managing cyanides in our Chemistry department and I was wondering if any members of the list have instituted department level management practices that are working and that they would not mind sharing.
Keane Leitch, RBP, CHO
Physical Sciences Complex Management
121 Baker lab
Ithaca, NY 14853
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