2Steps to Prove You are a Responsible Science Student Read lab safety contractFollow all lab safety proceduresNotify the teacher immediately when a lab accident occursCorrect your classmates when they fail to follow lab proceduresFollow instructions
3Where and Why Science Accidents Occur Student failure to read and understand instructionsFailure to enforce safety in the labPoorly written lab instructionsOvercrowded science classrooms
4Overcrowded Classrooms Minimize your movement around classroomBookbags should be placed out of the way and not in the aislesListen carefully to all instructionsAsk questions when in doubt
6Circumstances requiring eye-protective devices Anytime a student is engaged in an activity or is observing the use of hazardous substances likely to cause injury to the eyesWorking with hot metalWorking with hot liquids or solids or with chemicals that are flammable, toxic, corrosive to living tissues, irritating, strongly sensitizing, or that generate pressure through heat, decomposition, or other meansWorking with materials or equipment under stress, pressure, or force that might cause fragmentation
7Should students wear safety goggles when heating water? Do you see any safety violations in this picture?
8You are working on a lab activity which involves the use of concentrated hydrochloric acid. You begin to smell an unusual odor in the classroom. What actions do you take?
9What are the safety precautions necessary for the dissection of a flower?