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Lab safety

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  • 1.
    • The safety contract must be signed by you (the student) and your parent or guardian, and returned before you can participate in activities.
    • If you currently wear contacts or obtain them during the term notify your teacher and indicate so on the safety contract.
    • You must pass the safety quiz.
    • You will follow all oral and written instruction and safety guidelines.
  • 2.
    • You are to conduct yourself in a responsible manner at all times when participating in activities.
    • Know the locations and operating procedures of all safety equipment.
    • Horseplay, practical jokes, pranks, and other distractions are unsafe and will not be tolerated.
    • Bring only materials required to perform the activity.
    General Safety Guidelines
  • 3.
    • Do not touch, taste, or smell chemicals.
    • Never hold your face over an open container.
    • Read labels carefully to make sure you are using the proper chemicals.
    • Never remove chemicals or other materials from the laboratory or classroom.
    • Acid spills should be neutralized with a base, and base spills should be neutralized with an acid.
  • 4.
    • Never handle broken glass.
    • Examine glassware for cracks or chips before each use.
    • Handle hot glassware with tongs, clamps or designated insulating materials.
    • Do not immerse hot glassware with cold water or cold glassware in hot water.
    • Broken glass needs to be put into the broken glass container.
  • 5.
    • You must clean your work area.
    • Disposed of waste materials as instructed by your teacher.
    • Wash your hands after each activity.
  • 6.
    • Never heat anything unless instructed to do so by your teacher.
    • Never place combustible materials near a heat source.
    • Never reach over an exposed flame or a heating element.
    • Always turn off any heat source when not in use.
    • Do not point the open end of a test-tube toward yourself or anyone else.
    • Never look into the open end of any container being heated.
    • Always allow ample time for the heated object to cool.
    • Never heat any closed/capped container.
  • 7.
    • Report All accidents, spills, or injuries to your teacher immediately.
    • Know proper first aid procedures in case of accident or injury.
    • If any chemical should splash in your eyes or on your skin, immediately rinse with running water and notify your teacher.
    • All objects contaminated with blood or other bodily fluids must be reported to the teacher immediately for cleaning and/or proper disposal.
  • 8.
    • Safety goggles must be worn whenever you work with chemicals, flames, heat, glassware or any substance that might get into your eyes.
    • Tie back long hair.
    • Secure loose clothing and long sleeves.
    • Wear shoes that completely cover your feet.
    • NO SANDALS
    • Wear a lab apron when working with chemicals or substances that can stain or cause injury.
  • 9. Equipment
    • Examine electrical equipment for any frayed cords, exposed wires and loose connections.
    • Make sure your hands are dry before handling any electrical equipment.
    • If you do not understand how to use a piece of equipment, ask your teacher for help.
    • Handle sharp or pointed instruments appropriately and with care.

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