Safety Quiz
Students must complete quiz with 100%. A score will be given directly after the quiz. Retake the quiz if not 15/15 correct.
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1. Glass tubing can be gently forced into rubber stoppers. *
1 point
2. You should know the location and use of all laboratory safety equipment. *
1 point
3. Touching heated glassware with your fingers is a good way to see if it is cool enough to handle. *
1 point
4. You should never taste any chemicals or substances unless told to do so by your teacher. *
1 point
5. Long hair should be tied back when working near an open flame. *
1 point
6. When using electrical equipment you should keep your work area dry. *
1 point
7. It's OK to leave heat sources turned on for a short periods when not in use as long as you turn them down to low. *
1 point
8. You should inform your teacher immediately if you spill or splash chemicals on your skin, cut or burn yourself, or get something in your eye. *
1 point
9. If chemicals get into your eyes flush them out with plenty of water immediately and notify your teacher. *
1 point
10. Always cut in the direction away from your body. *
1 point
11. Broken, chipped, or cracked glassware can be used as long as it doesn't break. *
1 point
12. Never reach across an open flame. *
1 point
13. If you are bitten or scratched by a lab animal, you should inform your teacher. *
1 point
14. You should wear your safety goggles only when you are working with chemicals, open flames, or substances that may be harmful to your eyes. *
1 point
15. Test tubes should be pointed away from you and others when heating them. *
1 point
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