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Science Safety

Safety Rules Summarized

Conduct yourself in a responsible manner at all times in lab. Misbehavior, jokes. rough play and abusing lab equipment are dangerous and prohibited.
Follow all written and verbal instructions carefully. Read procedures carefully and be prepared to work. if you do no understand ask a teacher. Read the safety symbols. Do not mix chemicals or preform a task not written in the procedure.
Unauthorized experiments are prohibited. Students may not enter the lab or preform experiments without the teacher present.
Do not eat, drink or chew gum in lab. Do not use lab glassware to store food or drinks.
Safety goggles must be worn at all times. There are no exceptions! Use with chemicals, heat, or glassware.
Observe good housekeeping skills. Aisle must be kept clear. Students are responsible for cleaning there glassware at the end of every experiment.
Personal Safety: Keep hands away from face, eyes, mouth and body. wash your hand with soap and water.
Clothing: Long hair, dangling jewelry lab baggy clothes are hazardous.
Experiments must be monitored at all times. Students will remain at their lab stations and attend to their experiment.
First Aid Equipment: Know the location and operation of all safety gear.
Report accidents and injuries. Report all cuts, burns, spills, breaks ect. to the teacher. if chemical splashes on your skin in in eyes flush with water.
Fire Drills: Turn off all gas valves and electrical equipment as well as close chemical containers.
Chemical Handling Guidelines: Do not touch taste or inhale chemicals. Waft to "smell" objects. Add acid to water never water to acid (A to W). Never pour chemicals down the drain unless instructed to do so. If chemicals are poured down the drain, flush with a lot of water.
Heating Substances: Tie back hair, roll up sleeves and never reach across an open flame. Keep books papers and other flammable objects away from flames. Do not heat closed containers. Never leave a lit burner unattended. Use tong &, test tube holders.
Handling Glassware: Use only clean and dry glassware. Never use cracked or broken glass. Dispose of broken glass in the correct container.
Electrical Equipment: Do not use damaged electrical cords & report them to your teacher ASAP. Grasp the plug and pull. Hands must be dry.
At the end of the lab: Turn off all electrical devices. Wash glassware, put away materials, clean work area and wash hands.
Created by: kjanelli