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Grade 9 Science Safety

What is a pictogram? Pictograms are graphic images that immediately show the user of a hazardous product what type of hazard is present.
What does most pictograms have? Have a distinctive red square set on one of its points border. Inside the border is a symbol that represents the potential hazard (ex. fire, health hazard, corrosive, ect.)
Exploding bomb. For explosion or reactivity hazards.
Flame. For fire hazard.
Flame over circle. For oxidizing hazards.
Gas cylinder. For gases under pressure.
Corrosion. For corrosive damage to metals, as well as skin and eyes.
Skull and crossbones. Can cause death or toxicity with short exposure to small amounts.
Heath Hazard. May cause or suspected of causing serious health problems.
Exclamation mark. May cause less serious health effects or damages to the ozone layer.
Environment. May cause damage to the aquatic environment.
Biohazzardous infections materials.
Created by: caitlynkummer