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Safety Goggles
Wear safety goggles to protect your eyes in any activity involving chemicals, flames or heating, or glassware.
Handle breakage materials, such as glassware, with care. Do not touch broken glassware.
Heat- Resistant Gloves
Use an oven mitt or other hand protection when handling hot materials such as hot plates or hot glassware.
Plastic Gloves
Wear disposable plastic gloves when working with harmful chemicals and organisms. Keep your hands away from face, and dispose of the gloves according to teacher instruction.
Use a clamp or tongs to pick up hot glassware. Do not touch hot objects with your bare hands.
Before you work with flames, tie back loose hair and clothing. follow instructions from your teacher about lighting and extinguishing flames.
No Flames
When using flammable materials, make sure there are no flames, sparks, or other exposed heat sources present.
Corrosive Chemicals
Avoid getting acid or other corrosive chemicals on your skin or clothing or eyes. Do not inhale the vapors. Wash your hands after the activity.
Do not let any poisonous chemical come in contact with your skin, do not inhale its vapors. Wash your hands when you are finished with the activity.
Work in a ventilated area when harmful vapors may be involved. Avoid inhaling vapors directly. Only test an odor when directed to do so by your teacher, and use a wafting motion to direct the vapor toward your nose.
Electric Shock
To avoid electric shock, never use electrical equipment around water, or when the equipment is wet or your hands are wet. Be sure cords are untangled and cannot tril anyone. Unplug equipment not in use.
Physical Safety
When an experiment involves physical activity, avoid injuring yourself and others. Alert your teacher if there is any reason you should not participate.
Dispose of all chemicals and other laboratory materials safely. Follow the instructions from your teacher.
Hand Washing
Wash your hands thoroughly when finished with the activity. Use antibacterial soap and warm water. Rinse well.