Guidelines for laboratory design: health and safety considerations
Using a systematic approach and considering throughout such important design issues as efficiency, economy, energy conservation and flexibility, the authors take you step-by-step through a typical laboratory building. You'll learn what materials are used, the types of operations that occur within the site, relevant health and safety topics and how to apply this information in designing today's most commonly-used kinds of laboratories.
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