Chemical storage classification: Could you please advise as to which classification chemicals should be stored in chemical storerooms, either DG classification or GHS classification?
Spark proofing a fridge: How do I go about spark proofing a fridge for storage of hydrogen peroxide? Can a refrigerator not on ground floor be spark proofed?
Storage of luminol: I was wondering if anyone has Luminol at their school and where do you store it? I am bringing it in new to our school and was debating where was the best area to store it.
Hydrogen peroxide storage: I have stored H2O2 in the fridge in the Chem Prep room for years but recently I have been part of discussions that say this should never be the case
Container for sodium metal: We have sodium metal in the original container from 2008.
Sulfuric acid - going brown: Would you please tell me why concentrated sulfuric acid goes brown?
Calcium Carbide: My teachers are wondering whether there are any restrictions on us storing and using Calcium carbide for pracs here at school?
The Chemical Management Handbook was developed by Science ASSIST in recognition of a need for guidance on the safe handling, storage and waste disposal of chemicals in schools.
Lab safety/guidelines: Is there any legislation that states that you need to have a first aid kit available in each Science Lab, that chemical store rooms need to be ventilated and that food (even
Definition of "locked up" on MSDS: I am in the process of rearranging our chemical storage area.