Safety Resources and Postings

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

Example Chemical Hygiene Officer Job Description General Responsibilities

As required by the OSHA Standard regarding Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories (OSHA’s Laboratory Standard 29 CFR1910.1450). The Chemical Hygiene Officer will work with administrators and other employees to develop and implement appropriate chemical hygiene policies and practices, hazard communication policies and practices, and monitor procurement, use, and disposal of chemicals. The Officer

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Accelerate Learning Partners with Science Safety Inc. to Help K-12 Districts Increase Safety in STEM Programs

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research shows that safety in school science labs and classrooms is a national concern. More than half of schools have had an injury or litigation, and more than three-quarters of accidents involve students. Accelerate Learning and Science Safety Inc. have exclusively partnered to increase safety in STEM education programming nationwide. Accelerate Learning now offers Science Safety products and

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Necessary 70 Chemicals for High School Science

Acetic Acid, Reagent, 500 mL Acetone, Reagent, 500 mL Aluminum Potassium Sulfate, Lab Grade, 500 g Ammonium Chloride, 500 g Ammonium Hydroxide Soln, 1 M Ammonium Sulfate, Reagent, 100 g Benedict’s Qualitative Solution, 1 L Biuret Test Solution, 500 mL Boiling Stones, 100 g Bromcresol Green Soln. 0.04%, 100 mL Bromthymol Blue Indicator Solution, 0.04%,

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Incompatible Chemical Typical Table Summary

Chemical Incompatible With These Chemicals Acetic acid Chromic acid, nitric acid, hydroxyl compounds, ethylene glycol, perchloric acid, peroxides, permanganates Acetic anhydride Hydroxyl-containing compounds such as ethylene glycol, perchloric acid Acetone Concentrated nitric and sulfuric acid mixtures, hydrogen peroxide Acetylene Chlorine, bromine, copper, fluorine, silver, mercury Alkali and alkaline earth metals such as powdered magnesium, sodium,

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