You will be doing lab experiments that require hazardous chemicals. ... to avoid
accidents due to lack of comprehension of the procedure, techniques, or
equipment ..... Handle hot objects like a beaker, evaporating dish, and crucible
with the ...
Determine the proper procedure in the event of a lab accident. ... Fire Chemical
handling Eye Safety Clothing protection Glassware Safety Sharp objects Heating
Prudent Practices in the Laboratory: Handling and Management of Chemical
Hazards: ..... Personal Safety Techniques for Use with Electrical Equipment .....
fixed in place, maintaining contact with the object or medium being heated at all
Proper Use of Balances ... Top-loading balances. located in the room adjacent to
the laboratory. ... Do not handle objects to be weighed with bare hands. ... A
warm object sets up convection currents inside the balance enclosure, which will
Following Directions. While in the science laboratory, it is very important to follow
all directions. ... Make sure you use gloves if picking up a warm or hot object. Do
not place body ... immediately! Remember that to handle animals is a privledge.
and alert and if proper safety precautions are not taken at all times. You are ... Hot
equipment or hot water can cause burns. Do not touch hot objects with your bare
hands. ... Plant Safety Handle plants only as .... way to insert glass tubing. 35.
Do not work in the laboratory unless your instructor is present to supervise your
work. 1. ... Your instructor will demonstrate proper techniques in handling a base
in the laboratory. 15. ... Use a towel as a hot pad when handling hot objects.
prepared for lab experiences in their upper level science classes. ... students are
properly protected during science activities: ... chemicals, hot liquids, or flying
objects;. 6 .... Handle all hot materials using the appropriate type of tongs.
If you do not have time to do things correctly and safely, with adequate time for
thought, please stay away .... should be used when handling small hot objects.
Video ~ Lab Techniques & Safety: Crash Course Chemistry #21 .... glass, metal,
or sand. Cautiously touch objects that have been heated before handling them.