SAFE OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS y 2 - Gases DANGEROUS GOODS Class
y 3 - Flammable
NMR - BRUKER 300MHz   4 - Dang/SpontComb/Solid
  5 - Oxidizant
Nuclear Magnetic Resonnance Spectrometer y 6 - Toxic
    7 - Radioactive
  AUTHORISED PERSONNEL ONLY     8 - Corrosive
CAUTION - PACEMAKER HAZARD - SAFETY TRAINING MANDATORY   9 - Misc
Do Not Approach This Equipment Without Authorization   UV UltraViolet Radiation
Accredited Operator Registered Users Only   MW MircoWave
 
    HAZARDS           Las Laser
  * PACE-MAKER AND MEDICAL IMPLANT HAZARD - MAY CAUSE DEATH; y Mag Magnetic Field
  * VESSEL DAMAGE CAN PRODUCE EXPLOSIVE BOIL-OFF OF GASES y RF RadioFreq
  WHICH CAN LEAD TO ASPHIXIATION, UNCONCIOUSNESS AND DEATH;   XR X-Ray
  * EXTREMELY COLD LIQUID & VAPOR CAN CAUSE BURNS/FROSTBITE;   Rad α,,Y
  * Liq N2 CAN CONDENSE LIQUID OXYGEN FROM AIR TO PRODUCE   y Pres Pressure Mechanical
  EXPLOSIVE MIXTURE WITH ANY FUEL (eg Floor);   y Vac Vacuum
  * MAY PRODUCE ICY / WET SLIPPERY SURFACES;   y Mech Machinery
  * MAGNETIC FIELDS MAY DAMAGE ELECTRONIC DEVICES;   y Elec Electrical
  * FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, CHLORINATED AND DEUTERATED SOLVENTS; y Sh Sharp Edges
  * EXPOSURE TO SOLVENTS MAY CAUSE ACUTE OR CHRONIC ILLNESS; y Conf Confined Space Environmental
  * GLASSWARE BREAKAGE MAY CAUSE MINOR INJURY     Heat Heat
  * COMPUTER USE MAY LEAD TO RSI, EYE STRAIN OR FATIGUE.   y Cryo Cryogenics
  PRECAUTIONS OPERATE ONLY AS SET OUT IN MANUAL   Fum Fumes/Smoke/Exhaust
  * PERSONS WITH PACEMAKERS NOT PERMITTED within 2m OF DEWAR;   Dust Dusty
  * CLEANING EQUIPMENT NOT PERMITTED within 2m OF DEWAR;     Nois Noisy
  * IRON TOOLS NOT PERMITTED MAY LEAD TO VESSEL DAMAGE;   y Srfc Slippery/Rough
  * USE CORRECT COMPUTER CHAIR, KEYBOARD, LIGHTING, Etc   y Ergo Ergonomic
  PPE: Using Chemicals: Goggles, Labcoat, Gloves. Read & Understand MSDS y Frag FRAGILE Transport
RESIDUAL RISK LEVEL LOW MEDICAL PACEMAKERS EXTREME   y Glas Glassware
EMERGENCY RESPONSE MAJOR CRYOGEN SPILL OR QUENCH - EVACUATION     Wght Heavy
      Minor cryogen spill - evacuate to a well-ventilated area;     Vehic Vehicle
In case of large spill -   Clean-Up: Cryogens will evaporate. Towel-up small solvent spills; y Spec Special  
Call Fire Brigade 0-000 Shut Down - See below       CONTROL RISK
or RMIT Security 53333 First Aid: * FOR COLD BURN, BATHE AFFECTED AREA IN TAP WATER   1.Elimination
Do Not Enter Affected Area FOR 15 - 30 MINUTES AND SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION     2.Substitution
Standard Operating Procedure   3.or Isolation
    FumeHood
Electrical Check power leads for damage or deterioration and that test tag is current. m Fenced
Log Book Entry Date Time User Op Params     Enclosed Room
  Failure to make Log Book Entry will have Access Withdrawn 4.or Engineering
Turn-On Procedure 1 Instrument is normally left ON     SafetyInterlocks
  2 Login and run appropriate program as per Instruction Manual     Guards
Operational CheckList 1 Check there is no condensation or strange noises     Shields
  2 Make sure air-lift is on before inserting sample tube   5.Administrative
  3 Do NOT connect this computer to the LAN, get Tech Support   y Restricted Access
Turn-Off Procedure 1 Log-out of computer. Instrument is normally left ON   y Password
      Key/Card
Overnight Contacts 1   6.PPE
  2 (Tech) Peter Laming 0403-587-979     Labcoat
    y Safety Goggles
Shut-Down Procedure 1 Log-out, shutdown and turn off computer     FaceShield
(Emergency ONLY) 2 Press RED button on TLF of Advance 300 Console     BreathingAp
      Gloves
Contact 1 Dr Julie Niere 53379     Gauntlets
  2 Dr Sylvia Urban 52045   y Footware
    3 (Tech) Peter Laming 0403-587-979     SafetyBoots
  EarMuffs
Date   RMIT SET Chem Assessed By     Helmet