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2 Unit 1: Science Safety

3 Welcome to Science Mrs. Goins’s Room Mrs. Goins’s Room

4 Are you in the correct class? Listen carefully to role Listen carefully to role

5 Syllabus Must Have Supplies Must Have Supplies Pencils Pencils Binder Binder 12 Dividers 12 DividersTutorials Late Work Redo Work Class Website PowerPoint'sAssignmentsEtc.Newsletter Remind 101

6 Basic Rules for Mrs. Goins Class QUIET Signal QUIET Signal No Food No Food Drinks in a closed containers, NO CANS Drinks in a closed containers, NO CANS Tardies Tardies Be Respectful Be Respectful Teachers Teachers Students Students Inanimate Objects Inanimate Objects Follow Directions Follow Directions Board SEs Board SEs Clean Up after Yourself Clean Up after Yourself Come to class prepared Come to class prepared

7 Consequences Contacting Home Contacting Home Contacting Coaches Contacting Coaches Write up Write up

8 Grades Grades are 50% daily grades and 50% test grades Grades are 50% daily grades and 50% test grades You will have a minimum of 4 test grade each 6 weeks which will normally consist of 1 project grade, 1 journal grade, and 2 test grades You will have a minimum of 4 test grade each 6 weeks which will normally consist of 1 project grade, 1 journal grade, and 2 test grades You will have a minimum of 10 daily grade each 6 weeks You will have a minimum of 10 daily grade each 6 weeks Expected Assignments Expected Assignments Warm Up Logs completed daily Warm Up Logs completed daily Test at the end of each Unit Test at the end of each Unit Journal Grade Journal Grade

9 Extra Talk to me Talk to me Storage Storage Supplies Supplies My Website My Website Current Events for PreAP Current Events for PreAP The Rabbit The Rabbit

10 Contract Must Turn in Signed Safety Contract and Signed Syllabus before you can participate in labs Must Turn in Signed Safety Contract and Signed Syllabus before you can participate in labs You will receive a 100 daily grade if turned in by THURSDAY/FRIDAY You will receive a 100 daily grade if turned in by THURSDAY/FRIDAY

11 Seating Arrangements You will sit in groups of 4 You will sit in groups of 4 Groups will change every six weeks Groups will change every six weeks Shoulder Partner vs. Face Partner Shoulder Partner vs. Face Partner Think-Pair-Share Think-Pair-Share Think- On Your Own Think- On Your Own Pair- Share Ideas or Information with you partner Pair- Share Ideas or Information with you partner Share- Share Ideas or Information with you group Share- Share Ideas or Information with you group

12 First Assignment Take a post it and write Take a post it and write 1) Your Name 1) Your Name 2) The state you were born 2) The state you were born 3) One fun fact about your self 3) One fun fact about your self 4) The best part about your summer vacation 4) The best part about your summer vacation

13 Stand Up, Pair Up and Share This is an activity we will do throughout the year so remember the directions This is an activity we will do throughout the year so remember the directions Stand Up (with your notecard) and raise your hand Stand Up (with your notecard) and raise your hand Walk around the room until you find a person with their hand up. Give them a high five, put your hand down and wait for further instructions Walk around the room until you find a person with their hand up. Give them a high five, put your hand down and wait for further instructions Share the information on the card with your partner (listen close you will be tested) Share the information on the card with your partner (listen close you will be tested) The person who has the largest number of siblings talk first The person who has the largest number of siblings talk first You have 1 minute You have 1 minute Now say hello to your new shoulder partner Now say hello to your new shoulder partner Go sit at the table group that corresponds with the number I handed you, take you stuff and make sure you sit next to your partner Go sit at the table group that corresponds with the number I handed you, take you stuff and make sure you sit next to your partner Now you will introduce your shoulder partner to the class Now you will introduce your shoulder partner to the class

14 Enrichment This is STUDY HALL This is STUDY HALL Your are expected to READ Your are expected to READ I will not issue a seating chart unless I have too I will not issue a seating chart unless I have too You will not leave without an from a teacher You will not leave without an from a teacher If you can not find something I will find something for you If you can not find something I will find something for you On Fridays you will have the opportunity to do homework On Fridays you will have the opportunity to do homework We will check grades during this time We will check grades during this time THIS IS QUIET TIME THIS IS QUIET TIME

15 Warm Up

16 Science Safety With your shoulder partner look around the room and write (be prepared to share) With your shoulder partner look around the room and write (be prepared to share) 2 things that are SAFE 2 things that are SAFE 2 things that are NOT SAFE (or could potentially be not safe) 2 things that are NOT SAFE (or could potentially be not safe)

17 Using Emergency Safety Equipment Fire Extinguisher Fire Extinguisher Remember the acronym PASS - PULL, AIM, SQUEEZE, and SWEEP. Remember the acronym PASS - PULL, AIM, SQUEEZE, and SWEEP. Step 1- PULL the pin on the handle. This will allow the handle to work. Stand 8’ to 10’ from the fire. Step 1- PULL the pin on the handle. This will allow the handle to work. Stand 8’ to 10’ from the fire. Step 2- AIM the nozzle at the base of the fire. Hit the fuel. It will not do any good to aim at the flame tops because the chemical from the extinguisher will pass right through them. Step 2- AIM the nozzle at the base of the fire. Hit the fuel. It will not do any good to aim at the flame tops because the chemical from the extinguisher will pass right through them. Step 3- SQUEEZE the top lever or handle. This will allow you to release the contents of the extinguisher. Step 3- SQUEEZE the top lever or handle. This will allow you to release the contents of the extinguisher. Step 4- SWEEP the nozzle from side to side Step 4- SWEEP the nozzle from side to side

18 Using Emergency Safety Equipment /watch?v=ZCSms-jyOao /watch?v=ZCSms-jyOao /watch?v=ZCSms-jyOao /watch?v=ZCSms-jyOao

19 Are everyday substances and chemicals dangerous? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmjSUlKoMX E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmjSUlKoMX E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmjSUlKoMX E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmjSUlKoMX E So what should you do if you are in that situation? So what should you do if you are in that situation?

20 Using Emergency Safety Equipment Fire Blanket Fire Blanket Step 1- Remove fire blanket from its container. Step 1- Remove fire blanket from its container. Step 2- Shield your face, arms and hands with the blanket by wrapping the outside of the blanket around your arms. Step 2- Shield your face, arms and hands with the blanket by wrapping the outside of the blanket around your arms. Step 3- PLACE, do not throw, the fire blanket on the burning material. No air should be getting to the flames. Step 3- PLACE, do not throw, the fire blanket on the burning material. No air should be getting to the flames. Step 4- If it is safe, turn off the heat source causing the fire. Step 4- If it is safe, turn off the heat source causing the fire. Step 5- Leave the blanket on the burning material at least 30 minutes. Do not remove the blanket until it is cool. Step 5- Leave the blanket on the burning material at least 30 minutes. Do not remove the blanket until it is cool. Note: If you are smothering a clothing fire you should tightly wrap the blanket around the person whose clothes are burning and roll that person on the floor in the blanket. Note: If you are smothering a clothing fire you should tightly wrap the blanket around the person whose clothes are burning and roll that person on the floor in the blanket.

21 Using Emergency Safety Equipment Face/Eyewash Face/Eyewash Step 1- Guide injured student to the eyewash station. Because the first few seconds after exposure to a chemical are critical, eyewash/face wash must be within 10 or fewer seconds of anywhere in the room. Step 1- Guide injured student to the eyewash station. Because the first few seconds after exposure to a chemical are critical, eyewash/face wash must be within 10 or fewer seconds of anywhere in the room. Step 2- Use your hands to hold the eyes open while using the eyewash to be sure water reaches the eyes. Step 2- Use your hands to hold the eyes open while using the eyewash to be sure water reaches the eyes. Step 3- Flush skin or eyes with tepid water ( F) for at least 15 minutes. Step 3- Flush skin or eyes with tepid water ( F) for at least 15 minutes. DONOT RUB! DONOT RUB! Step 4- Get medical assistance immediately. Step 4- Get medical assistance immediately.

22 Science Safety With your shoulder partner draw this thinking map With your shoulder partner draw this thinking map PARAPHASE how to operate the equipment in the blue blanks PARAPHASE how to operate the equipment in the blue blanks Emergency Safety Equipment Fire Blanket Eye Wash Fire Extinguisher

23 Science Safety One the back create a T-chart One the back create a T-chart Emergency Safety Equipment Preventative Safety Equipment Emergency Safety Equipment Preventative Safety Equipment 1)1) 1)1) 2)2) 2)2) 3)3) 3)3)

24 Homework On a piece of computer paper make a cartoon giving an example of how to act safely in a science classroom and how to act unsafely in a science classroom. On a piece of computer paper make a cartoon giving an example of how to act safely in a science classroom and how to act unsafely in a science classroom. -the cartoon must have a minimum of four colors -the cartoon must have a minimum of four colors -there must be at least one sentence describing the scenario on each box -there must be at least one sentence describing the scenario on each box -label the science safety equipment -label the science safety equipment -drawings must show effort -drawings must show effort

25 Warm Up Log What is the difference between Emergency Safety Equipment and Preventative Safety Equipment? What is the difference between Emergency Safety Equipment and Preventative Safety Equipment? Emergency Safety Equipment is used in an emergency and preventative safety equipment helps prevent (or stop) the emergency from happening. Emergency Safety Equipment is used in an emergency and preventative safety equipment helps prevent (or stop) the emergency from happening.

26 What does each Safety symbol stand for?

27 FlammableExplosiveCorrosive Poison Images from

28 What does each Safety symbol stand for?

29 Images from BiohazardRadioactivityOxidizingFire Extinguisher

30 Science Safety Symbols So why are safety symbols important? So why are safety symbols important? As a table group you will create science safety symbol that correlates with a scenario you will be given AND you will act out the scenario with your group. As a table group you will create science safety symbol that correlates with a scenario you will be given AND you will act out the scenario with your group. Requirements: Requirements: Each person must have a speaking part Each person must have a speaking part Each group must act out the complete scenario in less than 60 seconds Each group must act out the complete scenario in less than 60 seconds Each group must create a safety symbol Each group must create a safety symbol Each group will vote if the skit is a safe lab scenario or and unsafe scenario Each group will vote if the skit is a safe lab scenario or and unsafe scenario Jobs Jobs A=Skit Director A=Skit Director B=Safety Symbol Developer B=Safety Symbol Developer C=Cast Director C=Cast Director D=Time Manager and Group’s Ultimate Decision Maker D=Time Manager and Group’s Ultimate Decision Maker

31 Exit Ticket Write your name and the answer to this question on the sticky note and hand it to me before you leave the room. Write your name and the answer to this question on the sticky note and hand it to me before you leave the room. Why is safety so important in science class? Why is safety so important in science class?

32 Warm Up List 2 important rules you must follow in science. List 2 important rules you must follow in science.

33 Science Safety Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJG0ir9nDtc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJG0ir9nDtc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJG0ir9nDtc Binder Binder Current Events Current Events Benchmark!!!!! Benchmark!!!!!

34 LAB SAFETY AND YOU A STUDENT GUIDE Today’s Topic: MSDS Sheets T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

35 WE COMMUNICATE SAFETY IN MANY WAYS… CAN YOU GUESS WHERE YOU MIGHT SEE EACH PICTURE? T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

36 WHY might we need more in-depth safety information? The Signs you just saw communicated safety information with just a picture and perhaps a few simple words.The Signs you just saw communicated safety information with just a picture and perhaps a few simple words. Think about the following question for 30 seconds. Why might we need more in-depth safety information?Think about the following question for 30 seconds. Why might we need more in-depth safety information? After thinking quietly, pair with a neighbor and share your thoughts.After thinking quietly, pair with a neighbor and share your thoughts. T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

37 What is an MSDS? MSDS stands for “Material Safety Data Sheet”. It is intended to provide workers and emergency personnel with procedures for handling or working with substances in a safe manner, and includes information such as physical data (melting point, boiling point, flash point, etc.), toxicity, health effects, first aid, reactivity, storage, disposal, protective equipment, and spill-handling procedures. MSDS formats can vary from source to source within a country depending on national requirements. T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

38 Have you Ever seen these symbols? T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

39 Examples of Chemicals requiring an MSDS ChemicalHealthFireReactivity Fluorine403 Sulfuric Acid301 Carbon Monoxide 240 Chloroform200 T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

40 Fluorine Fluorine gas is the most reactive of all the elements and quickly attacks all metals - steel wool bursts into flames when exposed to it !Fluorine gas is the most reactive of all the elements and quickly attacks all metals - steel wool bursts into flames when exposed to it ! In very small amounts, it is also a trace element necessary for the health of most organisms.In very small amounts, it is also a trace element necessary for the health of most organisms. The element and various compounds have a number of uses, ranging from the construction of nuclear bombs to additives in dental products which are designed to promote oral health.The element and various compounds have a number of uses, ranging from the construction of nuclear bombs to additives in dental products which are designed to promote oral health. T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

41 Sulfuric Acid SULFURIC ACID IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS. MORE OF IT IS MADE EACH YEAR THAN IS MADE OF ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED CHEMICAL; SULFURIC ACID IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS. MORE OF IT IS MADE EACH YEAR THAN IS MADE OF ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED CHEMICAL; IT HAS WIDELY VARIED USES AND PLAYS SOME PART IN THE PRODUCTION OF NEARLY ALL MANUFACTURED GOODS. THE MAJOR USE OF SULFURIC ACID IS IN THE PRODUCTION OF FERTILIZERS. IT HAS WIDELY VARIED USES AND PLAYS SOME PART IN THE PRODUCTION OF NEARLY ALL MANUFACTURED GOODS. THE MAJOR USE OF SULFURIC ACID IS IN THE PRODUCTION OF FERTILIZERS. IT IS WIDELY USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CHEMICALS, E.G., IN MAKING HYDROCHLORIC ACID, NITRIC ACID, SULFATE SALTS, SYNTHETIC DETERGENTS, DYES AND PIGMENTS, EXPLOSIVES, AND DRUGS. IT IS USED IN PETROLEUM REFINING TO WASH IMPURITIES OUT OF GASOLINE AND OTHER REFINERY PRODUCTS. SULFURIC ACID IS USED IN PROCESSING METALS, E.G., IN PICKLING (CLEANING) IRON AND STEEL BEFORE PLATING THEM WITH TIN OR ZINC. RAYON IS MADE WITH SULFURIC ACID. IT IS WIDELY USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CHEMICALS, E.G., IN MAKING HYDROCHLORIC ACID, NITRIC ACID, SULFATE SALTS, SYNTHETIC DETERGENTS, DYES AND PIGMENTS, EXPLOSIVES, AND DRUGS. IT IS USED IN PETROLEUM REFINING TO WASH IMPURITIES OUT OF GASOLINE AND OTHER REFINERY PRODUCTS. SULFURIC ACID IS USED IN PROCESSING METALS, E.G., IN PICKLING (CLEANING) IRON AND STEEL BEFORE PLATING THEM WITH TIN OR ZINC. RAYON IS MADE WITH SULFURIC ACID. T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

42 Carbon Monoxide A colorless, odorless, toxic flammable gas, CO, formed by incomplete combustion, burning of fuel, of carbon. In high concentrations, carbon monoxide can be deadly to humans.A colorless, odorless, toxic flammable gas, CO, formed by incomplete combustion, burning of fuel, of carbon. In high concentrations, carbon monoxide can be deadly to humans. Carbon monoxide has uses in the chemical industry, medical industry, Carbon monoxide is also used in packaged meat to keep it looking fresh.Carbon monoxide has uses in the chemical industry, medical industry, Carbon monoxide is also used in packaged meat to keep it looking fresh. T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

43 Chloroform Chloroform is a clear liquid with an ether- like odor and a slightly sweet taste.Chloroform is a clear liquid with an ether- like odor and a slightly sweet taste. It is a naturally-occurring chemical, but most of the chloroform in the environment is man-made.It is a naturally-occurring chemical, but most of the chloroform in the environment is man-made. It is used to make coolants and as a dry cleaning spot remover.It is used to make coolants and as a dry cleaning spot remover. May be found in small amounts in chlorinated drinking or swimming pool water. Chlorine treatment of drinking water is often necessary to prevent diseases that can be a major cause of illness.May be found in small amounts in chlorinated drinking or swimming pool water. Chlorine treatment of drinking water is often necessary to prevent diseases that can be a major cause of illness. T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

44 What does a MSDS look like? T. Givens / Mister Science 2013 / All Rights Reserved

45 MSDS Scavenger Hunt 1) Scribe (You must write in complete sentences) 1) Scribe (You must write in complete sentences) 2) Question Reader, Time Manager and Group Leader 2) Question Reader, Time Manager and Group Leader 3) Researcher 3) Researcher 4) Researcher 4) Researcher

46 Warm Up Why are safety SYMBOLS important? Why are safety SYMBOLS important? They are universally understood They are universally understood What is the purpose of a MSDS sheet? What is the purpose of a MSDS sheet? It gives information about a certain chemical It gives information about a certain chemical

47 Equipment Stations Today you will rotate through stations with your group. Today you will rotate through stations with your group. Make sure you are filling out the paper as you go, you are each responsible for your own lab paper. Make sure you are filling out the paper as you go, you are each responsible for your own lab paper. Remember your science safety rules Remember your science safety rules You will have 4 minutes per station You will have 4 minutes per station


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