Chemistry Summer Lab Safety Test
Use your 25 Lab Safety Rules (Summer HW p. 4) to answer the following questions. Make sure to include your first and last name or you won't get credit.
Answer ALL multiple choice questions below. Choose the best answer for each question. You're turning into a chemist already!
What is your first and last name?
What is the email address that you use the most?
When heating substances with a bunsen burner in the laboratory
you may perform other tasks for the experiment
test the temperature with your finger
someone should always watch
tell jokes to students across the room
When heating substances in a test tube, make sure the open end of the test tube points toward
If you're really hungry during an experiment
feel free to open up a light snack
eat while wearing gloves (they'll protect you)
you may ask for a pass to leave the classroom and eat
NEVER bring food into the classroom!
You must wear goggles while working on an experiment
to improve your vision
to look cool
at all times when doing experiments
If acid gets on your skin and clothes, wash at once with
Regular glasses don't provide as much protection as
a face shield
splash proof goggles
any of these (a, b, or c)
If you see something in the classroom or laboratory that is dangerous, tell Ms. Eggleston
when you have time
Any spill on the floor can cause an accident. Always clean it up...
during clean up time
when you have time
at the end of class
When you work with laboratory chemicals and Bunsen burners, long hair must be
held with both hands
kept out of the way with a rubber band or hairnet
When you work with laboratory chemicals, equipment, or Bunsen burners, all loose clothes and jewelry should be
left on so you look pretty
left hanging loose
made of nonflammable materials
If you are hurt (cut, burned, or something worse), tell the
Ms. Eggleston immediately
doctor after school
Whenever you're doing a lab, you should wear
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