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Lab & Classroom Safety Information

  • Specimens in Carosafe® This introduction to Carosafe preservative and holding solution covers important information about specimen shelf life, specimen handling, disposal, and more. View »
  • Pregnancy and Dissection of Carosafe® Specimens Occasionally we are asked if it is safe for pregnant women to participate in dissection activities using specimens preserved in Carosafe®. The following information is intended to help women discuss this question with their physicians. It can also be used to help schools decide whether or not to allow or require pregnant staff or students to participate in dissection activities. View »
  • Preserved Specimens: Safety, Storage, and Disposal Information about the storage and disposal of Preserved Specimens. Safety information is also available. View »
  • Chemical Grades This comprehensive list will help you differentiate the chemical grades that you'll experience in the lab or classroom. View »
  • Pregnancy and Dissection of Carolina Perfect Solution Specimens Occasionally we are asked if it is safe for pregnant women to participate in dissection activities using specimens preserved in Carolina’s Perfect Solution. The following information is intended to help women discuss this question with their physicians. It can also be used to help schools decide whether or not to allow or require pregnant staff or students to participate in dissection activities. View »
  • Nine Safe Practices for the Microbiology Laboratory Treat all microorganisms as potential pathogens. While the majority of microorganisms are not pathogenic to humans and have never been shown to cause illness, under unusual circumstances a few microorganisms that are not normally pathogenic can act as pathogens. View »
  • Chemical Disposal Procedures How do I label chemical waste? What can I pour down the drain? Answer these and other questions with this helpful article on chemical disposal. View »
  • Teacher Responsibilities in the Chemistry Lab This checklist for teachers highlights essential information for working in the high school laboratory and will help you keep safety a priority. View »
  • Multiple Intelligences and Lab Safety Howard Gardner proposed 8 types of intelligence: logical-mathematical, musical, natural, linguistic, kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and visual-spatial. A student who scores poorly in one type of intelligence may possess high aptitude in another. View »
  • How to Store Chemicals Imagine starting the school year with a chemical storage area that’s safer, better organized, and easier to maintain. View »
  • Start the School Year Safely Your safety requirements are unique to the grade level and specific activities in your classroom. However, primary laboratory safety rules for the school science program are reasonably generic. View »
  • Introduction to Green Chemistry Learn tips on how to make your lab greener including chemical replacements, the 12 green principles and new green initiatives. View »
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