HAZARDOUS SAFETY SYMBOLS Safety symbols: have been developed
HAZARDOUS SAFETY SYMBOLS Safety symbols: have been developed to warn _________ users of the hazards associated with different products. 2 TYPES of Safety Symbols 1) HHPS Hazardous Household Product Symbol Found on household _________ products mostly cleaners _______. 2) WHMIS
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Found on workplace _________ products mostly cleaners _______. HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD PRODUCT SYMBOLS There are 12 ___ HHPS representing different types and levels of hazard. 4 different types of hazards. FOUR TYPES: There are __ poisonous explosive corrosive flammable
3 levels of hazards, each more harmful THREE LEVELS: There are __ than the previous. more harmful caution colour yellow # of sides 3 sides warning orange 4 sides danger red 8 sides HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD PRODUCT SYMBOLS Combining thetype ____ andlevel ____ of hazard creates a HHPS .
caution poison warning poison danger poison warning corrosive danger explosive caution flammable HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD PRODUCT SYMBOLS Label each safety symbol by LEVEL and TYPE of hazard. danger
caution flammable danger corrosive warning flammable warning corrosive WORKPLACE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYSTEMS SYMBOLS There are __ 8 WHMIS symbols. Each WHMIS symbol has acircle _____ for its border.
oxidizing agent flammable dangerously reactive biohazardous and infectious poisonous: immediate & toxic effects corrosive poisonous: other effects compressed gas LAB SAFETY AND CONDUCT Personal Behaviour and Attire Chemical Use LAB CONDUCT AND SAFETY Proper Equipment Use s
Clean Up Injuries PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR AND ATTIRE GOGGLES: Goggles worn atall __ times. Protects your eyes ____ from unexpected splatters and shatters. CONTACTS: SHOES: Ouch! Never wearcontacts
_______ during a lab. Chemicals can go underneath and stick to your eye. No open-toed _________ shoes allowed in the lab. PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR AND ATTIRE hair needs to be ________ HAIR: Long tied back. LOOSE CLOTHES: Loose ___________ clothes need to be secured and out of the way. HORSEPLAY:
Nofooling around ____________ during the lab! PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR AND ATTIRE HANDS: Do not put your hands in youreyes ____ mouth during the lab. or ______ YUCK! FOOD & DRINK: Noeating _____ ordrinking ______ in the lab.
PROPER EQUIPMENT USE EDGE OF LAB BENCH: Do not place equipment at the edge ____ of the lab bench. CHAIRS: Move allchairs _____ to the away from the back of the room _____ benches before the lab starts. Students must _____ during a lab.
stand WORK AREA: Keep your work area tidy ____. Move bags and books to the wall. PROPER EQUIPMENT USE BROKEN EQUIPMENT: Broken equipment must be ________ reported to the _______. teacher Dont just put it back! BROKEN GLASS: Broken glass must be reported ________ to teacher and placed in the the _______ proper container.
______ the hotplate HOTPLATE: Unplug when not in use to prevent burns and down to let it cool _________ before storing. CHEMICAL USE CHEMICAL SPILLS: Inform ______ yourteacher ______ of any chemical spills before cleaning. HAZARDS: Know _____ the hazards in the before starting your
lab ______ experiment. SINK: Do notpour ____ any chemicals down the sink ____. CHEMICAL USE TASTE: Do nottaste ____ any of the chemicals. SMELL: Smell a chemical using the hand-waving method. ___________ AMOUNT: Greedy Smurf
Take only the amount of chemicals that you need. greedy Share dont be ______! CHEMICAL USE WATER FIRST: When mixing chemicals, always add the water _________. first This prevents the chemical from splashing ________. In some cases the large volume absorbs heat that may of water ___________ be generated when the two substances combine. CONTAMINATION: Be careful not tocross-contaminate _______________ your chemicals.
INJURIES EYE WASH STATION: If something enters your eye, have a partner direct you to the eye ______________. wash station Position face above the station with eyes open _____ for 10 minutes. ___ BURN OR CHEMICAL ON SKIN: Immediately inform your teacher and place injury running water for 5-10 under ____________ ____ minutes. CUTS: Immediatelyinform ______ your _______
teacher , _____ clean the cut and put a bandage on it. CLEANUP CLEAN EQUIPMENT: All equipment needs to be properly washed rinsed , _______ drying rack/area ______ and put in the ______________. PUT AWAY EQUIPMENT: Put ________ back all equipment back to where originally got it, if you do not have to wash it. PUT AWAY GOGGLES: Put goggles back neatly area
______ into the storage ___________. CLEANUP LAB BENCH: Spray _____ then wipe __________ down lab bench with paper towel. PAPER TOWEL: Do not put paper towel in the recycling; it goes in the garbage _______. WASH HANDS: Wash yourhands _____ at the end of the lab. IDENTIFY THE BROKEN LAB SAFETY RULES Donna
Jacob Ted Vincent Patrick Nico Minh Suying Can you find at least 13 broken safety rules? Hakim Samira Toby Mohammed
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