(1) Laboratories should do a good job of cleaning and hygiene, and no unrelated personnel should be allowed to enter the laboratory.
(2) Tools, instruments, measuring instruments and fixtures for laboratory use should be set up and placed in accordance with their classes. They should not be placed or lost at will. At the same time, they should not be used for other purposes in order to prevent damage.
(3) Precision instruments such as chromatograph, artificial ageing machine and glossometer in laboratory should be kept on file to prevent shock, dust and corrosion, and be checked regularly.
(4) All chemicals must be stored in prescribed utensils, indicating the name, concentration, specifications and type of the product, and should be placed in a fixed place. In particular, dangerous substances such as solvents, coatings and alcohol should be managed in special counters, and loss, misuse or diversion should be strictly prevented to ensure safety.
(5) When preparing coatings or other test articles containing solvents, the laboratory technician must carry out standardized operation in accordance with the corresponding operating procedures to prevent accidents caused by violations of regulations.
(6) Laboratories should not leave the laboratory until data are available and conclusions are drawn.
(7) The laboratory technician shall be responsible for the test data and conclusions, and fill out the report truthfully and accurately.
(8) The experimental utensils should be stored reasonably, washed frequently and kept clean and dry.
(9) Laboratories must keep ventilated during work. Laboratories should do their own safety protection according to requirements to prevent safety accidents.