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Development of Standard Checklist for Safety Management of Toxic Gas facility in Domestic University Laboratory
Lee, Sungjin; Kim, Byung-Duk; Ha, Dong-Myeong;
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 Abstract
Toxic gases are managed by High Pressure Gas Safety Control Act. Toxic Gases are "31 designated species and each gas of which the permissible concentration() is equal to or less than 5000 ppm as defined in High Pressure Gas Safety Control Act.". Korean toxic gas usage in accordance with the growth of the electronic industry has increased explosively. The demand of toxic gas research in domestic university laboratories has grown together. But the research associated with toxic gas safety management in the domestic laboratory is nonexistent state. In this study, we identified weak points of toxic gas safety management through a survey of domestic university laboratory facilities. This paper presented toxic gas safety measures in order to overcome those weak points. Also this paper developed a standard checklist to improve and ensure safe management of toxic gas facility in accordance with the proposed measures. This research is to enforce safety management of toxic gas facilities in domestic university laboratory and it will provide safety guidelines for every laboratory.
 Keywords
toxic gas;high pressure gas safety control act;electronic industry;university laboratories;standard checklist;safety management;
 Language
Korean
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