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First Day Stuff

  1. 1. Welcome!Welcome! IntegratedIntegrated ScienceScience Mr. WindsorMr. Windsor 328328
  2. 2. Class ProceduresClass Procedures Warm-up/HomeworkWarm-up/Homework Check, 10/15 min.Check, 10/15 min. Lecture/notes/Lecture/notes/ demonstrations, 25-demonstrations, 25- 30 min.30 min.
  3. 3. Class ProceduresClass Procedures Lab/activityLab/activity Length of timeLength of time will varywill vary Either rotateEither rotate throughthrough stations orstations or stay at onestay at one PartnerPartner QuizQuiz VideoVideo Length of timeLength of time will varywill vary Usually 20-25Usually 20-25 minutesminutes QuestionsQuestions
  4. 4. Class ProceduresClass Procedures Assignments:Assignments: Work sheetsWork sheets From textbookFrom textbook
  5. 5. Special Electrical HazardsSpecial Electrical Hazards 1. The human body is a1. The human body is a good conductor ofgood conductor of electricityelectricity 2. Keep water away from2. Keep water away from electrical equipmentelectrical equipment
  6. 6. Reduce the Possibility of ShockReduce the Possibility of Shock 1.1. Unplug equipment when not inUnplug equipment when not in useuse 2.2. Unplug equipment when fixingUnplug equipment when fixing or repairingor repairing 3.3. Avoid waterAvoid water 4.4. Avoid metal objectsAvoid metal objects 5.5. Keep work area clearKeep work area clear
  7. 7. Special Mechanical HazardsSpecial Mechanical Hazards 1.1. Be careful aroundBe careful around moving partsmoving parts 2.2. Heavy objectsHeavy objects should be wellshould be well supportedsupported
  8. 8. Other Mechanical HazardsOther Mechanical Hazards Dropped itemsDropped items Pinched or snagged skinPinched or snagged skin or clothingor clothing
  9. 9. The Right to Know LawThe Right to Know Law a.k.a. -a.k.a. - DELAWARE’SDELAWARE’S HAZARDOUS CHEMICALHAZARDOUS CHEMICAL INFORMATION ACTINFORMATION ACT
  10. 10. IMMEDIATE DANGERS WHENIMMEDIATE DANGERS WHEN USING A CHEMICALUSING A CHEMICAL 1. Fires1. Fires 2. Explosions2. Explosions 3. Irritations to the eyes or3. Irritations to the eyes or skinskin 4. Burns to the skin4. Burns to the skin 5. Poisoning5. Poisoning
  11. 11. POSSIBLE LONG TERM HEALTHPOSSIBLE LONG TERM HEALTH EFFECTS OF SOME CHEMICALSEFFECTS OF SOME CHEMICALS 1.1. CancerCancer 2.2. Respiratory problemsRespiratory problems 3.3. Birth defectsBirth defects 4.4. MutationsMutations 5.5. Other illnessesOther illnesses
  12. 12. LABEL CONTENTSLABEL CONTENTS 1.1. Name of the chemicalName of the chemical 2.2. Chemical formulaChemical formula 3.3. Hazard warningHazard warning 4.4. ManufacturerManufacturer
  13. 13. COLOR CODING ONCOLOR CODING ON CONTAINERSCONTAINERS REDRED - FLAMMABLE- FLAMMABLE YELLOWYELLOW - REACTIVE- REACTIVE BLUEBLUE - TOXIC OR POISONOUS- TOXIC OR POISONOUS WHITEWHITE - CORROSIVE OR- CORROSIVE OR CAUSTICCAUSTIC GREENGREEN - RELATIVELY- RELATIVELY NONHAZARDOUSNONHAZARDOUS
  14. 14. NUMBER SYSTEMNUMBER SYSTEM  44 - extremely toxic, flammable, or- extremely toxic, flammable, or reactivereactive  33 – very…– very…  22 - moderately …- moderately …  11 - irritating, flammable if- irritating, flammable if preheated, or reactive if preheatedpreheated, or reactive if preheated  00 - not known to be …- not known to be …
  15. 15. MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets)MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) 1.1. Identifies manufacturerIdentifies manufacturer 2.2. Gives physical propertiesGives physical properties 3.3. Indicates fire and explosionIndicates fire and explosion hazardhazard 4.4. Identifies health hazardIdentifies health hazard 5.5. Gives reactivity dataGives reactivity data 6.6. Indicates storage and handlingIndicates storage and handling proceduresprocedures

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