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If you do not understand a direction or part of a laboratory procedure, you should
ask the teacher before proceeding.
skip it and go on to the next part.
figure it out as you do the lab.
try several methods until something works.
If a fire erupts, immediately
run for the fire extinguisher
throw water on the fire.
notify the teacher.
open the windows.
When you finish working with chemicals, biological specimens, and other lab substances, always
wipe your hands with a towel.
treat your hands with skin lotion.
wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
wipe your hands on your clothes.
It is okay to pick up broken glass with your bare hands as long as the glass is placed in the trash can.
Horseplay, practical jokes, or pranks in the classroom are
okay if you are working alone.
always against the rules.
Before you leave the science room, you should
wash your hands with soap and water.
return all equipmernt to the proper storage area.
clean your work area and equipment.
all of the above.
Always carry a microscope using both hands.
Never remove chemicals, specimens, or other equipment from the laboratory.
After completing an experiment, all chemcial wastes should be
disposed of according to your teacher's directions.
left a your lab station for the next class.
dumped in the sink.
Approved eye protection devices (such as goggles) are worn in the laboratory
only if you do not have corrective glasses.
to avoid eye strain.
to improve vision.
any time chemicals, heat, or glassware are used.
Long hair in the laboratory must be
held away from the experiment with one hand.
tied back or kept entirely out of the way with a hair band, etc.
always neatly groomed.
All microorganisms in lab should be considered...
You should wash your hands
At the end of each lab
At the start of each lab
When dealing with chemicals
before and after lab
Which safety items are most important when using the Bunsen burners?
wear googles and tie back long hair
apron and goggles
It is best to clean lab tables and equipment with...
10% bleach solution
When observing organisms in petri dishes it is best ...
to keep it closed
to open it quickly
to open it under the fume hood
observe everyone's dish
should be sterilized after lab
should be sterilized before using
should be sterilized before and after use
should be soaked in bleach solution
Bunsen burners should be
turned off when not in use
left on until completely finished with lab
If chemical gets splashed in your eye
rinse in eye wash for 10-15 min
go directly to the nurse
wipe it off
go to the bathroom to rinse