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Lab Safety Gr.7,8

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Sangjoon David Hwang

on 2 June 2011

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Transcript of Lab Safety Gr.7,8

LAB Safety In every lab, there is always the danger that you may expose yourself and/or the people work around you to injury. The chemicals and equipments that you use and the way you use them are very important for the safety of all. Chemicals Equipments Rules PLEASE OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES To YOUR TEACHER TO YOUR TEACHER Follow all written and verbal instructions carefully.
If you do not understand a direction or part of procedure, ask the teacher before proceeding
Perform only those experiments authorized by the teacher. Goggles should be worn when chemicals are being heated, mixed, or poured to protect your eyes Never fool around in the science classroom. Horseplay, practical jokes, and pranks are dangerous and prohibited. Notify the teacher immediately of any unsafe conditions you observe.
Report any accident (spill, breakage, etc.) or injury (cut, burn. etc) to the teacher immediately, no matter how trivial it may appear Observe good housekeeping practices. Work areas should be kept clean and tidy at all times.
Return all equipment clean and in working order to the proper storage area. Aisles should be kept clear. Push your chair under the desk when not in use. You need to avoid any contacts with chemical we are going to use during the experiements.
If the chemical is in contact with your skin or eyes,
you must wash the area with plenty of water Safety Symbols WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) What would you do if:
1. Bleach was splashed in your eyes?
2. Bleach got on your skin?
3. Someonoe breathed in vapours from bleach? Basic Rules
Keep hands away from face, eyes, mouth and body while using lab materials.
Wash your hands with soap and water after performing all experiments.
DO NOT touch, taste, or smell any chemicals unless specifically instructed to do so. Never remove chemicals or other items from the science classroom. Try not to wear clothes with long laces or loose sleeves If your hair's long, tie them neatly so they won't disturb during the experiment Safety Glasses Hot plate Balance and combustible material and infectious material causing immediate and serious toxic effects Poisonous and infectious material causing other toxic effects Know these symbols!! HHPS (Hazardous Household Product Symbols) You are more likey see these symbols in grade 7 and 8 Eyewash station 1. Immediately flush eyes with lots of running water for at least 15 minutes, lifting the upper and lower eyelids occasionally. Get immediate medical attention. 2. Immediately flush skin with lots of running water for 15 minutes. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Wash before reuse. Seek medical attention. 3. Remove the person to fresh air. Give artificial respiration if not breathing. Get medical attention. DO NOT TOUCH THE BROKEN GLASSES. graduated cylinder test tube stand with test tubes beaker Everything you do in this lab is a choice -
a good choice or a bad choice!

Make GOOD choices!!! If you break any glass equipment, Don't panic. Notify your teacher first! All the broken glasses go in to this
"broken glass bin" So what? Check for understanding Think Pair Share for 2min answers
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