In this picture you see Frank leaving the bunsen burner to go look in the microscope. The problem with this is that he is leaving the bunsen burner on while he is not using it. You should never have the bunsen burner on if you are not using it. Because it can cause a fire, or cause harm to someone.
In this story you see Bob sitting while experimenting. Dan is yelling at Bob to stand up so he doesn't hurt himself. You should always stand while experimenting. Sitting during an experiment can hurt you because if something spilled or caught on fire you would have a higher chance of getting hurt sitting down than standing(lower reaction time).
"This Girl is on Fire!"-Adele
Oh No, Hannah watch out!
In this image you see George getting a little too curious and smelling the chemical. You should never smell, touch, or taste a chemical. Chemicals can be toxic and can cause harm.
Sorry doesn't cut it
In this picture, you see Willy not cleaning up after he spilled some liquid which resulted in Luke getting hurt. You should always tell the teacher after you spill something, then clean it up. If you don't you could harm someone such as Luke.
In this story, you see Hannah not having her hair tied back like the rest of the girls and getting her hair caught on fire. You should always have long hair tied up because it could get caught on fire or slip into a chemical.
In this image you see Thomas and Patrick running around trying to catch each other in the middle of a lab! They are about to hit Emily if they don't see her in front of them. You should never horseplay in the lab because you could knock someone or something over. The person could be holding a chemical in their hands and spill it if they are bumped. Horseplaying is one of the most dangerous things you can do in a lab.