Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 08:19:29 -0600

Author: Jerry DiMarco

Subject: Re: First Aid kits, etc. in labs

Post:

When I was getting up to speed on our lab first aid kits I looked at
the kits in the Lab Safety Supply catalog (Janesville,
WI, 800-356-0783). They list contents of the variously sized
kits. McMaster-Carr also carries first aid kits. If you don't have their
catalog, they also have an online catalog...

Jerry


At 5/22/2002 04:46 PM, you wrote:
>One of my projects is to upgrade our safety profile. As a start I peeked into
>the first aid kits in the labs. I was not impressed with the rather paltry
>contents of these commercial "home/office" first aid kits.
>
>I am sure that there are many references out there and I'll start doing some
>looking around. But in the meantime do the TAPpers have any favorite sites to
>suggest, sites which provide guidance on what first aid kits for physics labs
>ought to contatin?
>
>The capability of instructors to use those contents is a separate matter
>which I'm tackling through our campus health services. For example, I hope to
>arrange First Provider training for our incoming Astronomy Lab Manager and
>for myself (Physics Lab Manager). Between the two of us, we will be on site
>when most labs are in session.
>
>Jim
>
>--
>James R. Frysinger University/College of Charleston
>10 Captiva Row Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
>Charleston, SC 29407 66 George Street
>843.225.0805 Charleston, SC 29424
>http://www.cofc.edu/~frysingj frysingerj@cofc.edu
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Jerry DiMarco
Manager of Lecture Demonstrations and Instructional Labs
Montana State Univ., Physics Dept.
Bozeman, MT

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