Cleanroom Safety and Protocol
The acid safety section provides information on the proper handling, disposal, storage and use of acids. Specific hazard and incompatibility information is given for both acids and bases used in the cleanroom.
This section contains instructions about handling and storing Hydrofluoric acid.
The solvent safety section provides information on the proper handling, disposal, storage and use of solvents. Specific hazard and incompatibility information is given for common cleanroom solvents.
Provides a list of names and numbers to call if an accident occurs.
Provides instruction for expected cleanroom behavior including cleaning, labeling, cleanroom night-time shut down procedures, morning start up procedures, and guidelines for specific equipment and materials.
Provides links that give and explain MSDS information.
Describes what should be worn for protection in the cleanroom and when. The largest section focuses on what gloves are suitible for particular chemicals.
Provides basic fire safety information.
The first aid section describes what should be done when injury occurs in the cleanroom.
This section explains what the numbers in each diamond of the NFPA diamond represent and gives other common hazard symbols.
This section contains instructions and examples of how to dress to work in the cleanroom.
This section contains information on glove properties in the cleanroom.
This section contains safety tutorials and tests.