Biology Safety Rules

Biology Safety Rules
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  • #1 Handling Glassware and Equipment DON'TS
  • I'm never going to tell the teacher. I'm going to get in trouble.
  • Don't tell the teacher!!! We are both gonna get in trouble
  • #1 Handling Glassware and Equipment DO'S
  • I dropped the beaker, can you please help me?
  • It is all ok, of course I can help you.
  • #2 Handling Glassware and Equipment DONT'S
  • I'm gonna clean it with my bare hands
  • Don't hesitate in telling your teacher. She will help you solve the problem.
  • #2 Handling Glassware and Equipment DO'S
  • I am going to use a brush and a dust pan to clean it up
  • That sounds like a good idea.
  • Telling the teacher what happened is the best thing to do for your own safety and for others safety as well.
  • #3 Handling Glassware and Equipment DONT'S
  • I am going to put the glass in the trash can.
  • Do not ever try to handle glass with you bare hands. DON'T even think about it, you can get hurt.
  • #3 Handling Glassware and Equipment DO'S
  • I'm going to put the glass in the glass disposal bin.
  • Always use a dust pan and a brush to clean up the accident. It is safe and it decreases the chances of someone getting hurt.
  • Do not throw away glass in a play were it is not designated because it might have chemicals that you cannot throw away or it may not be safe to put in a regular garbage bag because it can rip the bag.
  • Trash
  • Glass
  • Anytime an accident dealing with glass occurs, remember to throw it away in a designated area. If you do not know where that is, ask the teacher.
  • Glass
  • Trash
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