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Lab Safety (1)

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Safety and Rules of the Lab
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Lab Safety Rules Part of this PowerPoint has been taken from the power point of…. Tim Baker, Adam Kueltzo, and Todd Katz….former NCHS students And from Lyndon B. Johnson High School Science Web Site
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Safety Symbols Know safety symbols They appear in your laboratory activities They will alert you to possible dangers They will remind you to work carefully
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Use Your Head Exercise Caution and Good Judgment Follow all instructions given by the teacher Notify the teacher immediately regarding any accident or unsafe areas
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Use Your Head Read lab instructions ahead of time Always follow lab procedures exactly Never do an unauthorized experiment
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Protect Yourself Eye Safety Wear safety goggles when working with chemicals, flames, or heating devices or if possibility of flying debris If you wear contact lenses let your teacher know
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Protect Yourself Eye Safety In case of emergency in which a chemical goes into one’s eye, use the eyewash station Flush in water for 15 mins. and notify the teacher
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Protect Yourself Proper Attire Keep all long hair tied back Do not wear loose clothing that could catch on fire Foot wear that completely covers the foot is required
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