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Copy of General Chemistry Lab Safety

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Aysha Al-Shibli

on 29 September 2016

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Transcript of Copy of General Chemistry Lab Safety

Thank you for attention!
"Students who fail to follow all safety rules may be asked to leave the lab or suffer grading cutting",- it's the reason why you need to listen to it.
1- Safety Rules

OMC Chemistry Lab Safety
Safety is first and must for all
Safety rules
Safety rules

7. Wear goggles and lab coats
at all times
Safety Rules
10- Wear clothing (shirt, blouse, or dress) which covers and protects your chest, belly, sides, back, shoulders and upper arms.
1. NO food or drink in the lab
Safety rules
2. Keep your hands away from your face, while working.
3. Wash your hands as often as possible, especially before leaving the lab.

4. Keep your workstation neat and clean.
5. Be well prepared before you come to the lab.
6. Know what to do in case of emergency

8-Tie back long hair
9- Do not wear clothing which is loose enough to knock over containers on the work bench or drag or dip into flames or chemicals.
11- Wear shoes which cover and protect your feet completely.
12- Do not wear valuable jewelry while working in the lab
2-Safety Equipment
1. First Aid kit
2. Fume Hoods
3. Sink
4. Safety showers and eye wash stations
5. Fire extinguishers and Fire alarm
3- What to Do in
Case of an Accident
1. Broken glass
4. Chemical splash in your face, goggles on
5. Chemical splash or broken glass in your face
6. Large splash of dangerous chemical on your clothing and/or body.
7. Small, confined fire
8. Small, open fire
9. Large fire

2. Small chemical spill
3. Large chemical spill
3- What to Do in Case of an Accident
3- What to Do in Case of an Accident
3- What to Do in Case of an Accident
10. Cuts and burns
4- Chemical Glassware & Hazard Symbols
5- Success & Enjoy in chemistry lab
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