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Lab Safety

Symbols, Description, and Guides as to how to be safe in the lab
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Jaclyn Marra

on 6 October 2012

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Transcript of Lab Safety

Overall, the purpose of creating "lab safety" is to ensure the caution of students while in the lab. Lab Safety Symbols... EYE PROTECTION!
Keeping your eyes free of harm and danger is a very important thing to maintain while in the lab. ALWAYS: Wear safety goggles when working with chemicals, flames, or heating devices. If a chemical gets in your eye, flush in water for 15 minutes, and imediately notify the teacher. SHARP OBJECTS!
When using knifes or othersharp objects always walk with the pointy end down. Cut away from your fingers and body. ELECTRICAL SAFETY!
Never place a cord where someone can trip over it, and always keep electricity and water seperated. Unplug all equipment before leaving the room. HEATING SAFETY!
Tie back hair and loose clothingwhen working with open flames. Never look into a container in the process of being heated. Remember to use tongs and gloves before handling any fire related object, and never leave a fire source unattended at any time. Lab Safety By: Jaclyn Marra Lab Safety Symbols EYE PROTECTION:
Wear safety goggles when working with chemicals, open flames, and heating devices. If a chemical gets in your eye, flush it out with water for 15 minutes and immediately notify the teacher, or an adult. SHARP OBJECTS:
When using knifes or other sharp objects always walk, not run, and hold the pointy end down. Cut away from your fingers/body. HEATING SAFETY:
Tie back all loose clothing and hair when working with open flames. Never look into a container while in the process of being heated. Always use tongs, and never leave a fire source unattended. ANIMAL SAFETY:
Only handle living organisms with teacher permission. Always treat living organisms humanely, and wash your hands after handling animals. HAND SAFETY:
If a chemical spills on your skin, notify the teacher and rinse with water for 15 minutes. If in the scenerio of using glass, always carry it carefully. CHEMICAL SAFETY:
Read all labels various times before removing it from the container. Never touch, taste, or smell a chemical, unless clear instructions are given to you to do so by your teacher. Always transfer chemicals carefully! PLANT SAFETY:
Do not eat plants in the lab, and wash your hands after dealing with plants. ELECTRICAL SAFETY:
Do not place a cord where someone can trip over it. Never use electricity around water, and unplug all equipment before leaving the room. Thank you for watching my understanding, through this presentation, of how to be safe in the lab.
HAVE A GREAT DAY! Thank you very much for watching! Have a super-duper awesomely-awesome totally-great day!
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