Cogitation and Practice of Security and Protection in Laboratory

YANG Ling; GAO Yang; XU Jin-rong
February 2014
Research & Exploration in Laboratory;Feb2014, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p271
Academic Journal
Laboratory security and protection is very necessary. The overall level of laboratory security and protection in Chinese universities need to be improved. Relevant experience of international famous universities is helpful to us. In American universities, for example, government has made relevant legal rules and standards to supervise laboratory security and protection ; universities have set up professional administrative departments of security, whose work is systematic, standard and humanistic ; moreover, laboratory security managers have supervised laboratory enforcing relevant rules and regulations strictly and examine the work of security and protection frequently. Experimental Chemistry Center of Peking University have been paid close aUention to laboratory security and protection aH the time. After more than 10 years' practice, security and protection system in fundamental chemical laboratory has been established, which includes hardware facilities, security and protection education and management.


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