Working with Chemicals & Specimens Safely


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Which of the following is true about chemicals?

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1. Biological specimens are useful for studying:

2. Personal protective equipment you may need to use in the lab includes:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Most jobs require an element of safety. However, when it comes to working with chemicals and lab specimens, one can never be safe enough. Quiz questions will test your knowledge on how to safely work with chemicals and specimens.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will test you on the following:

  • Facts about chemicals
  • Why biological specimens are useful for study
  • Articles of personal protective equipment
  • What to do when you are unsure of how to dispose of a chemical or specimen
  • What lab safety involves

Skills Practiced

By reviewing this lesson, students will be able to practice the following skills:

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you are able to define main phrases such as lab safety
  • Information recall - access information regarding protective equipment used in a lab setting to answer quiz questions
  • Knowledge application - apply knowledge about biological specimens to answer questions

Additional Learning

By reviewing the lesson Working with Chemicals & Specimens Safely, students can learn more about the following:

  • Definitions associated with working in a lab setting
  • Things to take into consideration to safely work around chemical reactions
  • What usually happens to lab specimens