A resource to search databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases
How to Find Protocols & Methods
Protocols and methods describe details of scientific experiments and the procedures. To find specific protocols and methods, you may want to search article databases, and check out the Methodology section of articles in your areas of your interest. Books and dissertations are good sources to find the protocols and methods. If a protocol or method that you are looking for is not available at FSU Libraries, you can request it through the FSU InterLibrary Loan service.
An excellent tool on social science research methods includes over 1000 methods books, 1100 case studies, reference works, journal articles, and instructional video tutorials by world-leading academics from across the social sciences. In addition, the full-text titles from the SAGE’s Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences series(“The Little Green Books”) and Qualitative Research Methods Series (The Little Blue Books”) books are available.
Provides information on planning and building a facility, developing an organization infrastructure, planning for emergencies and contingencies, choosing the correct equipment, developing operational plans, and meeting regulatory requirements.
Lees' Process Safety Essentials is a single-volume digest presenting the critical, practical content from Lees' Loss Prevention for day-to-day use and reference. This book provides a convenient summary of the main content of Lees', primarily drawn from the hazard identification, assessment, and control content of volumes one and two. Users can access Essentials for day-to-day reference on topics including plant location and layout; human factors and human error; fire, explosion and toxic release; engineering for sustainable development; and much more.
Describes how PPE (personal protective equipment) is designed, selected, and used in today's emergency response environment where users may need to be protected against deliberately used chemical, biological, or radiological agents in terrorism or warfare scenarios as well as more traditional hazards.