SPRING 2016 BISC 220 LABORATORY SAFETY RULES

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BISC 220 LABORATORY SAFETY RULES SPRING 2016 1. NEVER eat or drink in the lab. Bottled water should ALWAYS stay in your backpack. 2. DO NOT wear open toe shoes or sandals in the laboratory. NEVER go barefoot. 3. ALWAYS wear LONG PANTS and a LAB COAT. 4. To protect your eyes from possible injury, SAFETY GOGGLES are required when working with hazardous materials. 5. Before you begin work, make sure that you know how to operate the equipment that will be used in the experiment. Note safety precautions in the instructions for your experiments. 6. Take extreme care not to spill materials in the lab. Report all spills immediately to your Lab Instructor. 7. Dispose of materials only as directed. DO NOT pour chemicals into the sink or put specimens into the regular trash bin. Discard broken glass into the “Broken Glass” box ONLY. Do not throw anything else in that box! 8. Wash your hands before and after each experiment. DO NOT leave the lab with your gloves on! 9. After you have completed your work, turn off all equipment and
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Unformatted text preview: clean your work area . Return all equipment and materials to the appropriate storage spaces. 10. Know the locations of the fire extinguisher, safety shower and eyewash, first aid kit, and other safety equipment. Learn how to use each item. 11. Report any accident to your Lab Instructor immediately, no matter how minor the accident might seem. 12. The use of cell phones during the laboratory period disrupts the focus on safe laboratory practice. Phones and laptops must be turned off before you enter the laboratory. I HAVE READ THE LABORATORY SAFETY RULES AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THEM WHENEVER IN A LABORATORY. IF I ENGAGE IN UNSAFE BEHAVIOR, THEREBY PRESENTING A DANGER TO MYSELF AND OTHERS, I WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE LABORATORY IMMEDIATELY. ____________________________ _____________________________ _______________ Student’s Name Signature Date ____________________________ _____________________________ Lab Section Lab Instructor...
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