Lab Notebook & Lab Safety
Flame Test Lab Solutions and Safety Hazards in today’s lab include: FLAME, metal salt solutions. Please be sure to observe all safety procedures for both of these hazards. Flame please be sure to have no loose hanging clothing (eg sleeves). Pull back all hair shoulder length or longer. Students are NOT to turn on the gas or light the Bunsen burners – instructor will assist If your flame goes out for any reason, inform instructor IMMEDIATELY. Methane gas is an explosion hazard! Metal Salt Solutions – refer to the MSDS Sheets on the side lab table below the safety glasses. Solutions are rated as follows: HEALTH 2 FIRE 0 REACTIVITY 0 SAFETY EQUIPMENT IMPORTANT FOR TODAY TO WEAR Safety goggles and aprons TO KNOW WHERE TO FIND fire blanket and extinguisher
Laboratory Documentation Get one of these Laboratory notebook
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Hazard and Risk Assessment = Hazard (source) x Risk (prob) Explosive Toxic Substance Flammable Irritant Corrosive Health Hazard Oxidizer Environmental Hazard Compressed Gas
National Fire Protection Association Hazard Identification System
NOT in Progar. Chem Lab Cell Phones NO CELL PHONES IN LAB Having anything other than your notebook & unit packet out. Completing work for other classes.