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HLWW Chemical Safety Training for Teachers

HLWW Chemical Safety Training for Teachers

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Author: Michelle Sperle-Berg
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 OSHA standard 29CRF 1910.1200(h) requires employers to prove employees with effective information and training on hazerdous chemicals in their workplace.  This tutorial is intended to be used with science teachers at the middle and high school level.

Middle and High School Lab Safety for teachers.  Includes videos, forms to complete, and articles to read.  Not intended for use by students.  Focuses on teacher's duty of care and not on individual lab safety "rules."

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Welcome HLWW Science Teachers

 Follow the directions below to complete the Safety Training "packet."  

General Science Safety Considerations

Please print this form, complete it, and return it to me. Some things may not apply to your particular room.

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Lab Inspection Checklist

This form is similar to the last one. You will see some crossover between the two. Please print, complete and return to me. Again, some parts of this form will not be applicable to you.

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Student Injury Log

Print a copy. Keep record of any injury no matter how minute. Return to me at the end of the year.

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Lab Chemical Handling

Great information here.

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Safe Schools Safety Videos

Watch the training videos and complete the quiz at the end of each video. Once your training for each video is completed you will be able to print a Certificate of Completion for our records.  Please print a paper copy and send it to me with the rest of the paperwork.

There are 2 videos to watch.  To get to the correct videos:

Log on to Safe Schools 

Click on "View more courses"

Look under "Environmental"

Watch the following videos and complete the quizzes for each:

  • Safety Data Sheets (GHS) and
  • Science Lab Safety


 

 


Any Questions?

If you have specific questions about lab safety, chemical hazards, protective equipment, etc.  Please feel free to email or call me.  There are also many other great resources at http://www.flinnsci.com/teacher-resources/safety/.

-Michelle