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Laboratory Safety (Grade 9)

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Laboratory Safety

We can drink lemonade if it was stored in the fridge in the laboratory.
  1. True
  2. False
When lighting a Bunsen burner you must open the gas first.
  1. True
  2. False
Which statement is a Science Safety rule?
  1. You may run in the science lab.
  2. If you have a small cut, it is okay not to tell the teacher.
  3. Read only the directions you think you need.
  4. ALWAYS wash your hands after an experiment.
Before starting any lab, you should first
  1. locate safety equipment.
  2. smell all the lab materials.
  3. write the lab report conclusion.
  4. get a calculator.
What is the most common type of accident that happens in science classes?
  1. fire
  2. chemical Spills
  3. glass breakage
  4. slips and falls
How long should you keep your eye flooded in the eye wash station if you get a harmful chemical or foreign material in the eye?
  1. 5 min
  2. 10 min
  3. 15 min
  4. 30 min
You sit down at your science lab table and find a beaker is broken with liquid spilling out. What should you do first?
  1. Clean up the mess
  2. Tell your lab partner
  3. Forget about it
  4. Tell a teacher about the problem
When working with electrical equipment, when should you become concerned or what kind of action should you take? (Select all that apply.)
  1. Make sure your hands are good and wet.
  2. To unplug equipment, pull the plug, not the cord.
  3. Leave it for the next class to figure out.
  4. Disconnect any circuit that becomes hot.
  5. Report frayed or damaged cords or equipment to your teacher.
When working with hot plates or Bunsen burners you should                                                                                          . (Select all that apply.)
  1. not touch the hot plate until it looks cool.
  2. know the correct way to light and operate a burner.
  3. wear long-sleeve clothing such as a thick sweater, to protect your arms.
  4. tie your hair back.
  5. make sure the area around it is clear so nothing catches on fire if you need to leave it.
List 2 dangers from toxic fumes.


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