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  1. LAB SAFETY RULES Your life depends on it.

  2. Rule # 1 Wear safety goggles at all times.

  3. Safety Goggles

  4. Acid Damage

  5. Rule # 2 Wear an apron when using corrosive chemicals.

  6. Acid burn

  7. Rule # 3 Only do experiments assigned and work only when a teacher is present

  8. Rule # 3 He decided to play with dry ice and didn’t listen to the teacher: you can see the where the cap of the bottle went.

  9. Safety Equipment

  10. Fire Extinguishers Fire Blanket

  11. Rule # 4 Do not eat or drink in the lab.

  12. Rule # 5 Notify teacher of spills and/or injuries

  13. Rule # 6 Pull back long hair contain loose sleeves and wear closed toe shoes.

  14. Rule # 7 Do not leave a lit burner unattended.

  15. Rule # 8 Do not return unused chemicals to the stock container.

  16. Rule # 9 Do not use cracked glassware. Throw it away properly.

  17. Rule # 10 To dilute an acid, always pour acid into water!

  18. Rule # 11 Clean up accidents immediately and leave your area clean at the end of the lab

  19. Design a safety rule poster using class supplies that is good enough to go on the wall. • or • Concept Cartoon – Give the students • Design a safety rule poster using class supplies that is good enough to go on the wall. • or • Concept Cartoon – Give the students • Design a safety rule poster using class supplies that is good enough to go on the wall. • or • Concept Cartoon – Give the students the “What Not To Do Laboratory” cartoon. Students must generate 15 safety rules Design a safety rule poster using class supplies that is good enough to go on the wall. or Concept Cartoon – Look at the “What Not To Do Laboratory” cartoon and generate 15 safety rules