Lab Safety

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By: rangerblue (122 month(s) ago)

PAMADO. SORRY but the hyperlink will be in green. however, follow the same instructions to open it

By: rangerblue (122 month(s) ago)

Pamado... When you are on the webpage you will click on the underlined 'safety cartoon' it will take you to another page. from there click on the picture. it will ask if you wish to open or safe. If you need anything else let me know. Were are you located, Im in Charleston West Virginia USA

By: rangerblue (122 month(s) ago)

Pamado You can find the cartoon on my webpage www.anatomychs.edublogs.org or www.hapiichs.edublogs.org It will be posted by 8/31/09 let me know if you need me to send it to you via email

By: ranchexit (123 month(s) ago)

great PPT - thanks!

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Slide 1: 

Safety is Elementary

Eye Protection : 

Eye Protection Safety goggles should be worn when using chemicals or when pointed objects or tools are being used. Safety goggles can be used by more than one person if sterilized between uses. Goggle sanitizers are used for this purpose.

Safety With Heat Sources : 

Safety With Heat Sources Never touch a hot surface like a hot plate or boil water in your classroom. If something must be heated, leave it to an adult. Name some hot surfaces at your house that should be avoided.

Using Dangerous Materials : 

Using Dangerous Materials Use only alcohol thermometers. Batteries exhibiting corrosion should be discarded. Never taste or put anything in your mouth in the science lab. Notify a teacher immediately in the case of a liquid spill.

Safety with Animals : 

Safety with Animals

Safety with Animals : 

Safety with Animals Do not bring animals to school. Research proper care and treatment prior to bringing the animal into the classroom.

How to Properly Smell a Chemical : 

How to Properly Smell a Chemical Never place your nose directly above an unknown substance. Gently wave your hand above the open container up toward your nose to waft the odor toward you.

Never Eat or Drink in the Science Lab! : 

Never Eat or Drink in the Science Lab!

Science Lab Safety Features : 

Science Lab Safety Features Fire Extinguisher

How to Use a Fire Extinguisher : 

How to Use a Fire Extinguisher Remove the pin that keeps the handle in place. Point the nozzle at the base of the fire. Squeeze the handle. Move the fire extinguisher side to side as it discharges, to cover as much area as possible. It takes only thirty seconds to discharge the fire extinguisher so make sure your aim is good. Never use a fire extinguisher on a person!

Fire Blanket : 

Fire Blanket

How to Use a Fire Blanket : 

How to Use a Fire Blanket Open the container that holds the fire blanket and remove it. Open the blanket up and throw it over the fire. Never wrap a person in a fire blanket who is standing upright. This will cause a chimney effect. Remember, stop, drop, roll, and cover.

Sink Area : 

Sink Area

Eye Wash Station : 

Eye Wash Station

Using an Eyewash Station : 

Using an Eyewash Station If anyone gets chemicals in their eyes, immediately guide them to the eye wash station. Remove the caps covering the two water fountain devices. Place the bridge of your nose in between the two fountains and turn the water on. This will rinse anything out of the eyes. Keep the eyewash station bacteria free by running it for five minutes weekly.

Laboratory Materials : 

Laboratory Materials Respect lab equipment and work to keep the science lab neat and in order.

Fire Resistant Lab Tables : 

Fire Resistant Lab Tables

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Proper Equipment Storage

What’s Wrong With This Picture? : 

What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Remember… : 

Remember… Do your part to keep science safe!

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