Science Safety Resources and Reference Postings

Free science safety resources and insights provide school administrators, teachers and students with relevant Science, STEM, CTE, and Lab safety information.

Be safe, Virginia Chemistry Accident – lit students on fire

Don’t Let this happen at your school. Implement a Science Safety Risk Management Process. Due to a Virginia chemistry accident, a senior at a Virginia high school said she’s ‘traumatized’ after the botched chemistry demonstration set multiple students and her teacher on fire. Bethanne Piland, 19, attended her second-period chemistry class at Dinwiddie High School Wednesday when her

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Lab Washers vs Traditional Dishwashers

Many secondary school science departments have a traditional dishwasher purchased at a local appliance store and installed in the prep area or chemical storeroom. Many schools use these stainless steel lined dishwashers for common glassware, and wide mouth vessels like beakers but may not clean narrow stemmed glassware such as a test tubes, volumetric flasks

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Free Lab Safety Guidelines

More than 500,000 workers are employed in laboratories in the U.S. The laboratory environment can be a hazardous place to work. Laboratory workers are exposed to numerous potential hazards including chemical, biological, physical and radioactive hazards, as well as musculoskeletal stresses. Laboratory safety is governed by numerous local, state and federal regulations. Over the years,

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Better Science Teacher Safety Webinar for New Teachers

Holistic Science and STEM Safety Approaches with a Focus on New Teachers DATE AND TIME Oct 12, 2022 8:00 pm ET and Continuosly On-Demand DESCRIPTIONJoin internationally recognized science and lab safety specialists Dr. Ken Roy, and Dr. Tyler Love, this Wednesday, as they provide critical insights into the world of Science, STEM, CTE, and Lab safety

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Free Pennsylvania Science Safety Data 2020 Report

A synopsis of Pennsylvania Science Safety Data from the 2020 National Technology and Engineering Education Safety Survey Factors That Have the Greatest Impact on Safety in Pennsylvania Technology & Engineering, CTE, and Makerspaces Courses In this presentation Dr. Tyler Love, professor at Penn State – Harrisburg, and Dr. Ken Roy, discuss Pennsylvania’s results from the 2020

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Free Virginia Science Safety Data 2020 Report

A synopsis of Virginia Science Safety Data from the 2020 National Technology and Engineering Education Safety Survey Factors That Have the Greatest Impact on Safety in Virginia Technology & Engineering, CTE, and Makerspaces Courses In this presentation Dr. Tyler Love, professor at Penn State – Harrisburg, discusses Virginia’s results from the 2020 National Technology and Engineering

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