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As for laboratory management, everyone knows that it includes management of equipment, reagents, consumables, and personnel. Today, the editor will talk about the management methods of equipment, reagents, and utensils. I hope to bring you some help.
In order to ensure that the laboratory has a safe and hygienic test workplace, and meets the test and analysis requirements of clean, ventilated, odorless, dust-free, and debris-free, relevant laboratory personnel should regularly clean the laboratory under its jurisdiction. The sanitation in the instrument room and other office places is the responsibility of the staff who use the room separately; they work together to ensure that the workplace is clean and the instruments and articles used are placed neatly. In addition, the laboratory should take regular sanitation inspections to manage the laboratory’s internal affairs to ensure that the laboratory’s environment meets the needs of the experiment.
(1) The precise instruments and valuable utensils must be kept by a dedicated person, and the records must be registered and established. The instrument and equipment files include instructions for use, acceptance and commissioning records, initial parameters, regular maintenance, calibration and usage records.
(2) The installation, debugging, maintenance and repair of precision instruments must be carried out in strict compliance with the requirements of the instrument and equipment instructions. Relevant operators must undergo professional training and can operate on the machine only after they are qualified.
(3) The special precision instrument room should be kept at a constant temperature, constant humidity, and dust-free.
(4) Before using the instrument, check whether the equipment is normal. When the equipment fails, the cause must be found out, and the equipment can be used only after the failure is eliminated. It is not allowed to "work with illness". After using the equipment, put it in a fixed position and do a good job of cleaning it.
(5) Measuring instruments (such as balances, weights, etc.) should be checked and calibrated regularly to ensure the quality of the measured values, and interim checks should be carried out when necessary.
(6) The equipment in the laboratory that does not need to be calibrated should be properly kept, checked regularly and repaired and maintained in time to keep them in good condition at all times.
(1) Reagents and utensils must be kept by special personnel, stored separately, and regularly checked for use and storage. Relevant test personnel should fill in the records when receiving them, and discard expired or failed reagents after review.
(2) A small amount of dangerous reagents stored in the laboratory should be kept in a cool and ventilated place away from the heating operation table.
(3) The highly toxic, hazardous and precursor drug reagents should be stored in special counters in the warehouse and kept by two or more people. The relevant test personnel should fill in relevant records when receiving them.
(4) The utensils for storing chemical reagents should be washed clean and used separately. The use of solid reagents should follow the principle of "only out, but not in, and the quantity is used for out"; the use of liquid reagents should follow the principle of "only pour out, not suck out".
(5) Some highly volatile reagents must be taken in a fume hood. When using highly volatile organic solvents, attention should be paid to avoid open flames and never use open flames for heating. Reagents whose purity does not meet the requirements must be purified before use.
(6) For the preparation of various reagents and standard solutions, the operating procedures should be strictly followed, and the label should be attached immediately after preparation, indicating the name, concentration, preparation date, expiration date and preparation person to prevent the test personnel from making mistakes. The use and storage of various test solutions and standard solutions should be carried out in accordance with the regulations on the use and storage of relevant reagents.