Procedure Review the lab safety equipment below: Lab Safety Equipment

Procedure
Review the lab safety equipment below:
Lab Safety Equipment

Fire extinguisher
Spill containment kit
Eyewash station
Safety goggles
Laboratory shower
Fume hood
First aid kit
Record each item in step 1 into the column containing the most appropriate in-home substitution in Data Table 1.
Note: Each column can contain more then one item.
Exercise 2 Safety Data Sheets
In this exercise, you will interpret how to read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) by listing the basic information provided on a SDS.

Procedure
Use the Internet to find the SDS for regular bleach.
Identify each of the following items on the SDS:
Physical state
Routes of exposure and symptoms
Required protective equipment
First aid procedures
Fire-fighting measures
Chemical reactivity
Safe storage
Safe disposal
Environmental precautions and ecotoxicity
Spill cleanup procedures
Record the SDS information for each of the items listed in step 2 into Data Table 2.

Procedure
Watch the Laboratory Safety Video and review basic safety concepts for home and campus laboratories.
Click this link to play the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V56DLUDImDk
Exercise 3 – Questions

1. What are small-scale techniques?

2. List 5 precautions that must be taken before beginning an experiment.

3. As indicated in the video, what common substance can be used to neutralize a spilled acid?

4. According to the video, why should a used chemical container never be refilled?
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5. Certain glass objects are not meant to be heated and could shatter if exposed to a heat source. What two examples of heat-sensitive glassware are given i

Exercise 1
Data Table 1: Lab safety equipment alternatives

Shower or Sink Paper Towels Well-Ventilated Area No Substitution

Exercise 2
Data Table 2: Carbamide SDS information

Items SDS Information
Physical State
Route of Exposure & Symptoms
Protective Equipment
First Aid Procedures
Fire-fighting Measures
Chemical Reactivity
Safe Storage
Safe Disposal
Environmental/ Ecotoxicity
Spill Cleanup Procedures
Exercise 3
1. What are small-scale techniques?
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2. List 5 precautions that must be taken before beginning an experiment.

3. As indicated in the video, what common substance can be used to neutralize a spilled acid?

4. According to the video, why should a used chemical container never be refilled?

5. Certain glass objects are not meant to be heated and could shatter if exposed to a heat source. What two examples of heat-sensitive glassware are given in the video?

Exercise 4
Data Table 3: Part 1 and Part 2 of the Safety Contract

Part Agreement
Part 1: It is impossible to control students’ use of HOL Science products, related kits, and students’ work environments. The author(s) of HOL Science content, the instructors and institutions that adopt it, and Hands-On Labs, Inc. – the publisher and producer of HOL Science – authorize the use of these educational products only on the express condition that the purchasers and users accept full and complete responsibility for all and any liability related to their use of same. Please review this document several times until you are certain you understand and will fully abide by its terms. I agree:
I do not agree:
Part 2: I am a responsible adult who has read, understands, and agrees to fully abide by all safety precautions prescribed in HOL Science labs for laboratory work and for the use of HOL Science kits. Accordingly, I recognize the inherent hazards associated with science experimentation; I will always experiment in a safe and prudent manner; and I unconditionally accept full and complete responsibility for any and all liability related to my purchase and/or use of a science HOL Science kit or any other science products or materials provided by Hands-On Labs, INC. I agree:
I do not agree:

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