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Science Safety Presentation


Darshil Bheda

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Science Safety Presentation

By: Darshil Bheda Rule 1:
Eye Protection in the form of safety goggles or safety glasses must be worn during all experiments. WARNING! SAFETY GOGGLES MUST BE WORN
IN THE SCIENCE LAB A desk in the science lab has about 400 times more germs than a toilet seat. Dangerous Facts About 44 percent of every washing machine is covered in bacteria. Dryers can kill E. Coli but, salmonella and viruses can remain What does this have to do with safety goggles? If your eyes do get infected, wash your eyes thoroughly for 15 minutes straight and get medical attention. What do I do if I get infected? Thanks for your attention, and please protect yourself by wearing
safety goggles in the science lab!! Information borrowed from:

http://www.palmerlutheran.org/community-health/flu-info/faq/how-many-people-get-sick-or-die-from-the-flu-every-year.aspx Approximately 5% to 20% of U.S. residents get the flu, and more than 200,000 people are sent to the hospital for flu-related symptoms each year. In a 30 year period, an estimated amount in a range with a low of 3,000 to a high of 49,000 people die of a flu related cause only in the U.S. In the science lab, it is super important that we don't spread chemicals and get your eyes infected. The desks that we use in the science lab have lots more germs than you expect and even the washing machine or dryer you use has more germs than you would expect. During experiments you will need to have hand contact with something as simple a beaker or your binder. If you get germs in your eyes, you might get them irritated. To prevent yourself from even getting germs in your eyes, you must wear safety goggles.
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