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Lab Safety w/ activities
Transcript of Lab Safety w/ activities
Safety is everyone's responsibility!
Recognize the hazard
Know the protection
Use the protection
Know the response
Apply the response in time.
Listen to your teacher, carefully follow all directions.
Prepare for each lab by reading all instructions before class.
Follow all directions and review with your teacher the safety precautions before beginning.
Use only authorized materials and equipment. Do not perform unauthorized experiments.
Never work alone.
Work only under teacher supervision with your class.
Apparel must be appropriate for lab work.
Long hanging necklaces, bulky jewelry, and excessive and bulky clothing should not be worn in the lab.
Cotton clothing is preferred over nylon, polyesters, or wool. Shoes must cover the feet completely.
No open-toed shoes, sandals, or high heels are permitted.
Contact lenses should not be worn in the lab when there is any possibility that chemicals may infuse under the contact lenses.
Irreparable eye damage may occur.
Check with your instructor as to when contacts may or may not be worn.
Safety Goggles, apron, and gloves should be worn when prescribed.
Only lab manuals and lab notebooks are permitted in the working areas.
Other books, purses, backpacks, and such items should be placed in your desk or storage area.
No food or beverage is permitted in any science laboratory.
Never taste Chemicals.
Never tough chemicals with your hands.
Handle toxic, combustible, or radioactive substances only under the direction of your instructor.
If you spill acid or any other corrosive chemical, wash it off immediately with lots of water.
Never draw any substance into a tube with your mouth.
Do not bump other students
Remain in your lab station while performing experiments
Unattended experiments lead to accidents.
Be alert and proceed with caution at all times in the lab.
Place broken glass and other solid substances in designated waste containers.
Keep insoluble waste out of the sink.
Immediately report any accident, injury, or incorrect procedure.
Use safety equipment when needed.
Know the location and proper use of the fire extinguisher, safety shower, fire blanket, eye wash, first aid kit, and shut off valves.
Keep combustible materials away from flames.
Use extreme caution with anyburner.
Keep your head, hair, and clothing away from any flame.
Turn off burners when not in use.
Light gas and alcohol burners only with your teacher's instruction.
Smother fires with a towel.
If clothing should catch fire, smother it with a fire blanket or coat, drench it under the safety show, or use the fire extinguisher.
Know the proper fire emergency procedures and locations of fire exits.
After the lab, turn off all water and gas and disconnect all electricity.
Clean work area
Return all materials to their proper places. Place all waste in the appropriate receptacles
Hands should be washed thoroughly with soap after every lab exercise.
Lab Safety... Yo!
What not to do! - Activity
Lab Safety Quiz!!
On Google Forms:
Answer Questions 1-20 and submit.
Trade Papers with someone at your group
Each question is worth 5 Points!
Lab safety activity!
1. You will recieve a rule from the "Student Safety Contract."
2. Using the materials at your group, draw an illustration of someone not following the rule. This is called a "Non-Example."