By Chris Ware
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D) Only liquid and gaseous chemicals are hazardous. 13. 7. Which statement is true? (a) Usually chemicals used in general chemistry labs are nonhazardous. (b) The more useful a chemical is in a lab, the more hazardous it is. 1-10 (c) The more useful a chemical is in a lab, the less hazardous it is. (d) Most chemicals that we encounter in labs and elsewhere are hazardous. Learning to be safe in chemistry laboratories is best accomplished by (a) Performing experiments to see what’s safe and what isn’t (b) Memorizing safety rules (c) Thinking about the hazards and risks associated with experiments (d) Learning from one’s own mistakes Facilities, location, equipment, procedures, and standards are examples of (a) Environmental factors (b) Person factors (c) Behavior factors (d) None of the above Attitude, beliefs, personality, knowledge, skills, and abilities, are examples of (a) Environmental factors (b) Person factors (c) Behavior factors (d) None of the above Safe and risky practices are examples of (a) Environmental factors (b) Person factors (c) Behavior factors (d) None of the above Most accidents in labs occur when (a) Experienced lab workers try a new experiment (b) Inexperienced lab workers use chemicals (c) Safety rules and safe practices are not followed (d) “Accidents happen” beyond the control of the lab worker Why do some lab workers take unnecessary risks?
Furthermore, the instructor did not recognize (the hazard) that the glass was hot or could have been hot, and grabbed the hot glass in her hand. We present below two series of “ﬁve questions” that analyze this incident. Why did it happen? [#1] The student did not recognize the hazard. Why? [#2] Probably because the instructor did not alert the student to the potential hazard (hot glass) that resulted from the heating. Why? [#3] The instructor failed to recognize the potential hazard of hot glass, as indicated by her acceptance of the hot glass.
That is, you will be ofﬁcially charged with ensuring the safety of the laboratories that you will manage. You may be in charge if you become a chemistry teacher in a local school system, and suddenly you are the “resident expert” who is responsible for establishing and maintaining safety for students using the laboratories in the school where you work. This encompasses safety for all parts of programs and facilities, including conducting experiments safely, maintaining the facilities themselves (laboratory, stockroom) and safety equipment, preparing reagents, managing chemical waste, teaching safety, and conducting safe demonstrations.