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what you should do and not do in the science lab

what should you do with your hair and clothing before you enter the science lab pull hair back if down and take off any loose clothing or jewlery.
If an accident were to happen, what should you do? Stay calm and get a teacher.
what should you do to avoid an accident? You should make sure no cords are in the sink, don't pour chemicals down the drain, make sure everything is organized.
If you don't remember what a safety symbol means, what do you do? Ask a teacher
When do you wear safety goggles? When you are using something that can get in you eye such as chemicals or fire.
Why would you use the eyewash station? When something from the lab gets in you eyes such as chemicals.
Why is it necessary to pull you hair back and take off and loose items? So your hair or clothing doesn't catch on fire and so you don't get chemicals on your body or clothing
What should you look out for when you are plugging a cord in? You should look to see if the cord could get tripped on and that the cord isn't near water
Why should you never taste, touch, or smell chemicals. You should never do these things because you don't know if the chemicals are contaminated, old, and you don't know what it's been mixed with
Why should you never pour chemicals down the drain? Because if you do, the sink could clog, melt or explode the sink.
What some ways you could clean up after a lab experiment? You could clean up your materials, wash your hands, clean the lab table.
Created by: cm.20