From the Learning Center: Lab Reagents Safety

MP900386203Nelson-Jameson, Inc. has the largest collection of reagents assembled exclusively for food & dairy testing laboratories. Reagent chemicals should be handled only by qualified individuals trained in laboratory procedures and familiar with their potential hazards. “Right to Know” laws make it mandatory that anyone handling a hazardous substance be informed of the health hazards and safety precautions associated with that chemical.

Material Data Safety Sheets (MSDS) are provided by Nelson-Jameson as required by OSHA’s Hazard Communication Law for products designed as hazardous. Our automated system assures that you will receive an MSDS with your first purchase of that hazardous item. You may also contact us to request MSDS information on any of our products you are currently using. The absence of a warning, however, must not be interpreted as an indication of safety.

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One Response to From the Learning Center: Lab Reagents Safety

  1.' Bryan says:

    Yes, it is correct thing that regents should be handled by the qualified individuals who’s well trained for it. Some of regents may cause skin burns, permanent eye damage, and irritation to the mucous membranes if they are not properly handled.