On this movie, Michael Craine, Director at Cranfield, producer of artist paints and printmaking inks, and Paul Lee, Technical Director at Cranfield, talk about the topic of artwork supplies toxicology.
A Information to Studio Security
Consideration of the hazards of the supplies you’re employed with and how one can minimise dangers with correct dealing with will assist to maintain you secure within the studio and provide you with peace of thoughts to create your paintings. Paul and Michael lay out key definitions referring to toxicity, together with the definition of carcinogens and what’s meant by acute and power results of a substance. They describe the 4 methods poisonous supplies might enter the physique and how one can forestall this taking place, and go on to discover the knowledge provided by artwork materials producers on product labels and security information sheets.
Paul and Michael additionally talk about the hyperlink between security to us as people and our surroundings, each our fast environs and the broader world, and supply recommendation on how one can hold our artwork areas secure, for ourselves, our neighbours, and even our oceans and waterways.
Contents – A Information to Studio Security
0:29 How do you outline toxicity?
3:33 How does a poisonous substance enter the physique?
3:56 Can a substance be dangerous and unsafe?
8:26 Easy methods to hold your self secure in an artwork studio
14:00 What’s the ‘hierarchy of management?’
15:45 Why do some product labels advise you to ‘seek the advice of your physician’?
18:24 What do the hazard symbols inform us?
23:00 Risks related to non-toxic artwork supplies
24:38 Toxicology laws all over the world
27:21 Tricks to hold your studio secure
32:00 Keep in mind to ask questions
Solvent Security Information: Taking Care With Oil Paint Solvents
In Dialog With Michael Craine From Cranfield Colors
Safer Intaglio Printmaking
Langridge Solvent 75 and Secure-Clear-Up
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