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Chemistry Laboratory Safety These Safety Rules Always Apply in the Lab Always wear a  lab apron  and safety goggles or  sa...
Clothes are expensive and can be damaged by the  chemicals  used in the lab so you must wear a lab apron in lab.
Never  work alone   in the laboratory.  You should only be working in the lab with your teacher’s supervision.
Wear the right clothing for lab work  no   dangling jewelry
No  open toed  shoes Long hair must be  tied back Gloves  must be worn when required
Only your   procedure , a writing instrument, and  paper  should be taken into the lab.
Please leave purses, backpacks, and everything else in the classroom or in your locker.
Read the  entire experiment  before  entering the lab.
Read  chemical labels. Follow the instructions and safety  precautions  stated on the labels.
Walk  carefully in the lab .
Food, beverages, gum, and cosmetics are  NEVER allowed  in the lab.
Never  taste  chemicals or touch  them with your bare hands.
Do not use the  matches  given to you to do anything but light your  Bunsen   burner  and do not light your Bunsen burner ...
Know the location and operation of   the   safety shower .
Know the location and operation of the  eyewash station .
If you clothes catch on fire,  walk   to the  safety shower , stand under it, and pull the lever to start the shower.
If you get a chemical in your  eye , walk immediately over to the  eyewash  station , turn it on, and lower your head so t...
 
If you have a  spill  on the floor or lab bench, call your   teacher  rather than trying to clean it up by yourself.
If you spill a  chemical  on your  skin , wash it off under the sink faucet, and call your teacher .
For  all chemicals , take only what you need.  If you do take more than you need,  NEVER  put the  used chemical  back int...
Always report any  accident   to your  teacher immediately. NEVER take  any chemicals out of the lab.
Keep your  work area  clean and tidy. Always  wash your hands  with soap and  water before you leave the lab.
Chemistry labs are full of possible hazards and hazardous situations.  Make sure your  behavior  does not make you a  haza...
Safety Symbols
Just be Smarter put Acid in Water Wrong Right
Never point the  test tube  at you or anyone else while heating it. WRONG Right
Never directly  smell  a chemical.  Use your hand to  waft  the vapors toward you. WRONG RIGHT
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  1. 1. Chemistry Laboratory Safety These Safety Rules Always Apply in the Lab Always wear a lab apron and safety goggles or safety glasses while in lab.
  2. 2. Clothes are expensive and can be damaged by the chemicals used in the lab so you must wear a lab apron in lab.
  3. 3. Never work alone in the laboratory. You should only be working in the lab with your teacher’s supervision.
  4. 4. Wear the right clothing for lab work no dangling jewelry
  5. 5. No open toed shoes Long hair must be tied back Gloves must be worn when required
  6. 6. Only your procedure , a writing instrument, and paper should be taken into the lab.
  7. 7. Please leave purses, backpacks, and everything else in the classroom or in your locker.
  8. 8. Read the entire experiment before entering the lab.
  9. 9. Read chemical labels. Follow the instructions and safety precautions stated on the labels.
  10. 10. Walk carefully in the lab .
  11. 11. Food, beverages, gum, and cosmetics are NEVER allowed in the lab.
  12. 12. Never taste chemicals or touch them with your bare hands.
  13. 13. Do not use the matches given to you to do anything but light your Bunsen burner and do not light your Bunsen burner without your teacher’s permission and direction.
  14. 14. Know the location and operation of the safety shower .
  15. 15. Know the location and operation of the eyewash station .
  16. 16. If you clothes catch on fire, walk to the safety shower , stand under it, and pull the lever to start the shower.
  17. 17. If you get a chemical in your eye , walk immediately over to the eyewash station , turn it on, and lower your head so that your eyes are in the running water. Hold your eyelids open with your thumbs and fingers, and roll your eyeballs around. Flush eyes for 15 minutes. The Results of Poor Eye Washing are on the Next Slide!!
  18. 19. If you have a spill on the floor or lab bench, call your teacher rather than trying to clean it up by yourself.
  19. 20. If you spill a chemical on your skin , wash it off under the sink faucet, and call your teacher .
  20. 21. For all chemicals , take only what you need. If you do take more than you need, NEVER put the used chemical back into the bottle. Ask your teacher what to do with any leftover chemicals.
  21. 22. Always report any accident to your teacher immediately. NEVER take any chemicals out of the lab.
  22. 23. Keep your work area clean and tidy. Always wash your hands with soap and water before you leave the lab.
  23. 24. Chemistry labs are full of possible hazards and hazardous situations. Make sure your behavior does not make you a hazard to yourself and others in lab. No Rough Housing or Horsing Around will be Tolerated!!
  24. 25. Safety Symbols
  25. 26. Just be Smarter put Acid in Water Wrong Right
  26. 27. Never point the test tube at you or anyone else while heating it. WRONG Right
  27. 28. Never directly smell a chemical. Use your hand to waft the vapors toward you. WRONG RIGHT
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