Intended as a resource for all school subjects (especially biology, chemistry and physics) regarding safety in labs and in conducting research or experiments. Most material will have a target audience of high school or college professionals and/or students, but none of the sites are so technical that nonprofessionals will have trouble with them. This is not a category for products which enhance safety. This is for information which, if read and followed, will lead to safer labs and lab behavior.
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A seven part on-line tutorial and quiz that introduces the reader to Material Safety Data Sheets.
Allaboutcircuits.com - Electrical Safety Guide
Offers users information regarding electrical safety.
Bioethics Resources on the Web
A catalogue of bioethics resources within the National Institutes of Health and on the web.
Chemistry Safety Quiz
A short quiz that may prove surprising to you.
Flinn Scientific Safety
Fifteen articles ranging from 'goggle safety' to 'where and why science accidents occur.'
A wide variety of chemicals react dangerously when mixed with certain other materials. Some of the more widely-used incompatible chemicals are listed here, but the absence of a chemical from this list should not be taken to indicate that it is safe to mix it with any other chemical.
The Laboratory Safety Workshop
A non-profit national center for health, safety and environmental affairs. The workshop's mission is to make health and safety an integral and important part of science education, work, and life in general.
NIOSH Safety and Health Topic: Chemical Safety
NIOSH databases and other resources.
Over 1000 pages of free safety information.
Downloadable safety checklists, quizzes, and other handouts, as well as access to other free lab-safety materials developed especially for high school science teachers and students.
Yale University OEHS
Office of environmental health and safety. Has many downloadable (pdf format) safety newsletters, manuals, and regulations.
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