Safety Day 8.28.12 Safety *Place the title and date at the top of your paper. Place a “S” in the margin of your paper then answer the prompt in a complete sentence S (Starter): What does this picture mean to you? Safety Scavenger Hunt “Give One Get One” My Answers Answers from others Write as many things you remember about lab safety from last year. Similar to People Bingo yesterday you will get up and collect new safety tips from your classmates. You will have 10 mins Be ready to share! YouTube P: Record as many safety rules as you can from the video! Lab Safety: Everyone Is Responsible! Safety First A: Science is a hands-on laboratory class. You will be doing many laboratory activities, which require the use of hazardous chemicals and expensive lab equipment. Safety in the science classroom is the #1 priority. A signed lab safety contract is required to participate in labs. Remember if you have not turned in syllabus or safety contract get it to me ASAP! Safety Symbols A: Eye Protection • Wear safety goggles when working with chemicals, flames, or heating devices. • If a chemical gets in your eye, flush in water for 15 minutes and notify the teacher. Sharp Objects • When using knifes or other sharp objects always walk with the points facing down. • Cut away from fingers and body. Electrical Safety • Do not place a cord where someone can trip over it. • Never use electricity around water. • Unplug all equipment before leaving the room. Safety Symbols A: Animal Safety • Only handle living organisms with teacher permission. • Always treat living organisms humanely. • Wash your hands after handling animals. Heating Safety • Tie back hair and loose clothes when working with open flames. • Never look into a container as you are heating it. • Heated metal and glass looks cool, use tongs or gloves before handling. • Never leave a heat source unattended. Safety Symbols A: Chemical Safety • Read all labels twice before removing a chemical from the container. • Never touch, taste, or smell a chemical unless instructed by the teacher. • Transfer chemicals carefully! Hand Safety • If a chemical spills on your skin, notify the teacher and rinse with water for 15 minutes. • Carry glassware carefully. Plant Safety • Do not eat any plants in lab. • Wash your hands after handling plants. Safety Equip. A: • • • • Fire Extinguisher Fire Blanket First Aid Kit Face/Eyewash/ Shower *know where they are and how to use them! EMERGENCY A: If there is a fire or fire alarm • Quietly get up. • Walk toward the outside classroom door. • Line up single file on the outside classroom wall. •Walk out the double doors in single file. •Walk toward the teacher parking lot. • Remain in line until the drill is over. • Remain silent throughout the entire alarm so that all people can hear important directions. Lab Safety: Everyone Is Responsible! C: What’s Wrong Picture #1 C: Picture #2 What’s Wrong What’s Wrong C: Picture #3 C: What’s Wrong 1. Betty started the lab activity before reading it through completely. 2. Bell says that the safety goggles mess up her hair and give her raccoon eyes. She refuses to wear them. 3. Barbie and Ben accidentally break a beaker full of some chemical. Instead of risking getting in trouble they quickly clean up the mess with paper towel and throw it in the garbage. Importance! E: Why is it important to conduct safety investigations in a safe manner? Why is it important to know how to operate safety equipment? Reminders REMEMBER: •Bring your safety contract/syllabus if forgot it TOMORROW! •Be sure to bring Binder, paper, and dividers tomorrow for journal set up!!! 8.29.12 Journal Set Up OBJ: We will learn how to organize our scientific work by creating a scientific journal. Get out Binder, Paper and Tabs. Sit quietly (level 0) and wait for instructions. JOURNAL CONTRACT STEP 1 Jason Mraz Regina Spektor your first and Last name NEATLY! on the spine of your journal. Leave space at the bottom for your class # Andrea Bocelli Write 1 2 3 Step 2 Label your tabs Resource space 1. Table of Contents 2. Resources 3. SPACE 4. Tests/Quizzes/Home work. 5. Glossary STEP 3 ! Place sheets of paper in the table of contents, SPACE, and Glossary of your Journal. Step 4 On one piece of lose leaf paper. Create your Table of contents. Needs a title and the following. Andrea Bocelli’s Table of Contents Date Activity 8.29.12 SPACE Format PG # 1 STEP 5 SPACE RUBRIC On a blank piece of paper create the title “SPACE Format” 8.29.12 SPACE Format S P A C E Andrea Bocelli PG #1 • Date, Activity Title, name and page # at the top of every page • Must have SPACE in the margin daily • Complete sentences always • Label all drawings • Neat and easy to read • Up to date table of contents • Keep everything that is returned to you in the correct location! STEP 6 Under the RESOURCE TAB place the following 1. Journal Contract 2. Tools 3. STAAR chart 4. Scientific processes EXIT Quick Lab Safety Quiz What is P-A-S-S mean? T or F wearing safety goggles in the lab is optional. What must be done with jewelry, long hair, and long sleeves in the lab? List some safety steps that should be done before a lab is started? Safety continued 8.30.12 Safety *Place the title and date at the top of your paper. Update Table of contents S (Starter): What types of safety procedures do you take in the kitchen? Explain why you do take these precautions Practice P: Place Safety Contract in proper location in journal. Practice Fire drill A&C Create your own instructional lab safety poster. Examples: Eye Safety, Fire Precautions, Handling Chemical. Hint***Use your safety contract for assistance. Exit: How do you think your posters will help other students? Think about the 6th graders who have little knowledge of lab safety.