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FON241LL Lab 1 SAFETY, EQUIPMENT, AND THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD Name: _Colin Fleming______ 1. You are working in the laboratory and break a glass test tube. Explain the procedure that should be followed. (5 pts.) Broken glassware should only be disposed of in a properly labeled plastic or metal can with a sealing  lid. Chemically contaminated glassware needs to be disposed of in a proper container  labeled Chemical Waste. 2. While in the laboratory, chemicals in a test tube shoot out the end of the test tube and into someone’s eyes. Explain the procedure that should be followed. (5 pts.) Identify the location of the eyewash fountain. In the event of a chemical splash to the eyes, flood both  eyes for at least 15-30 minutes with water. Flush from the eye outward. 3. A student enters the laboratory setting and is getting ready to set up. What preparations should be made? (5 pts.) Immediately disinfect bench tops (or your tabletop work area) with a 10% bleach solution before  you begin each lab. Tie back hair that is longer than shoulder length Know the location and function of all safety equipment Know the location of all exits and always keep them clear of obstacles that could hinder  emergency response Know how to operate all equipment prior to use Read the label of all solutions to verify proper contents before use Wear protective (closed-toe), non-cloth shoes in case of spills or broken glass 4. A student spills chemicals on his or her skin. Explain the procedure that should be followed. (5 pts.) Rinse any spills on the skin immediately with continuously running water and soap. In the laboratory,  notify your instructor of the situation 5. Acid is spilled onto the workspace. Explain the procedure that should be followed. (5 pts.) For the spill of Acid, an appropriate base should be used to neutralize that acid. 6. List three things than one can do to protect oneself from contamination/injury in the laboratory. (10 pts.) Read the label of all solutions to verify proper contents before use Know how to operate all equipment prior to use
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Wear glasses or goggles when working with dangerous chemicals. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 08/28/2010 for the course FON 241 LL 241 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '09 term at Scottsdale Community College.

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