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A Mad Scientist’s Lab Safety Presentation. Rules and Guidelines. The Big No-No’s. No eating or drinking in the lab. This means no gum , cough drops, applying chapstick, chewing hair ends, holding a pencil in your mouth, nail-biting, etc. Never use lab glassware as food or drink containers.

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the big no no s
The Big No-No’s
  • No eating or drinking in the lab.
    • This means no gum, cough drops, applying chapstick, chewing hair ends, holding a pencil in your mouth, nail-biting, etc.
    • Never use lab glassware as food or drink containers.
    • Never taste any substances or draw any material into a tube with your mouth.
    • Never inhale chemicals.
  • No Horseplay of any kind
  • No unauthorized experimentation
protect yourself
Protect Yourself…
  • Use proper safety protection
    • Goggles for eyes
    • Lab apron to protect clothes
    • Gloves to protect hands (chemical/heat)
  • Tie hair back…its flammable!
  • Roll up long sleeves & remove dangling jewelry.
  • Touch substances only when told to do so
  • Smell substances using the proper technique (wafting fumes toward you)
  • Wash hands after handling substances and before leaving the Lab
lab procedures
Lab Procedures
  • Prepare a clear work environment
    • No books in the way
    • Only materials need for lab
  • Read ALL instructions and wait for permission to start; do not touch materials until instructed
  • Work quietly and carefully
  • Observe good housekeeping practices.  Work areas should be kept clean and tidy at all times. 
  • Clean up all spills Immediately AND inform the teacher
more lab procedures
More Lab Procedures
  • Dispose of broken glassware as instructed by your teacher
  • Report broken or damaged equipment immediately (DO NOT USE IT)
  • Clean up work area completely when you are finished
  • Wash/dry all glassware thoroughly and return as directed by your teacher
  • Report all accidents to the teacher immediately (no matter how minor)
protect yourself6
Protect Yourself…
  • Know about MSDS forms
    • Material Safety Data Sheets
    • Show proper storage and handling of chemicals
    • Discuss hazards and safety when using chemicals including disposal
  • NEVER TASTE and always WAFT when checking odors
  • Use carefully, especially when pouring and measuring
safety equipment
Safety Equipment…

What and Where?

symbols
Symbols…

General Warning

Corrosive

Biohazard

Fire

NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION

(NFPA) HAZARD LABELS

Explosive

Poison

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When entering the classroom, a student sees the lab setup above. What should the student do next?

  • Turn on the water faucet
  • Cut the leaves into small pieces to prepare for the experiment
  • Organize the lab equipment so everything is ready to begin
  • Wait for the teacher to give instructions

Wait for the teacher to give instructions

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To be safe, which of these should not be worn when collecting grass samples from a large field?

A. Gloves

B. Long pants

C. Sunscreen

D. Open-toed shoes

Open-toed shoes

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Which item would be safe to mix with chlorine bleach?

A. Sulfuric Acid

B. Ammonia

C. Vinegar

D. Water

Water