Lab 1 Page 1 M.E.Hicks1.Always follow the instructions in the lab book, and those given by the lab instructor. When in doubt, ASK! 2.Personal belongings should be placed in the space designated by the instructor. 3. Smoking, eating, and drinking are prohibited in laboratories. 4.Children and/or guests will not be admitted to the laboratory. 5.No unauthorized laboratory experiments are permitted. 6.Students will NOT be permitted to work in labs without instructor supervision. 7.Students must wear/use all of the protective clothing and/or equipment designated by the laboratory instructor. If the student does not, he/she will not be permitted to remain in the laboratory. 8.All laboratory materials must be cleaned up and put away at the end of the laboratory session. Students must leave the work area clean and dry. 9.All waste material MUST be disposed of in the manner designated by the instructor. 10.There will be no unauthorized removal of laboratory materials or equipment from the classroom. 11.The student is responsible for knowing the location of, and proper use of, all safety equipment in the classroom and its immediate surroundings. 12. In case of fire, students should inform the instructor immediately, and evacuate the area. Pull the fire alarm. Inform the CSN campus police or security officer on duty. 13. All classroom accidents/injuries must be reported to the instructor immediately. 14. The student is responsible for reading the labels of all laboratory materials and for reading and understanding the posted safety information concerning those materials. The information will always be available in a designated site within the department. Your instructor will inform you of the location. 15. A list of emergency procedures is available in Section XIII of the College of Southern Nevada Hazardous Materials Right to Know Safety Training Program manual. The student is responsible for reading and understanding these procedures. Your instructor will inform you of its location. STUDENT SAFETY INFORMATION SHEET
Lab 1 Page 2 M.E.HicksLABORATORY PARTICIPATION The laboratory exercises are designed to be participatory activities. If you do not participate fully in each laboratory exercise you will be assessed laboratory penalty pointsas determined by your laboratory instructor. You may be assessed up to 10 penalty pointsfor each lab. How many penalty points you are assessed for a lab depend on how long you work in the lab and how much you participate. For instance, if you leave immediately following the quiz, you will be assessed 10 penalty points. However, if you stay for part of the lab and conduct part of the experiments you will be assessed fewer penalty points. The exact number of points assessed will be determined by the laboratory instructor based on how fully you have completed the lab.
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