Electrical standards for classroom laboratories: Hi. Just wanting to find the current standard for school laboratories in WA with regard to electrical cut-off switches.
Making Sherbet: Can you tell me if any safety precautions are required for the sherbet activity, which allows students to create an acid–base reaction in their mouth?
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Mercury Spills: We have a small amount of mercury in a thick-walled test tube, which only comes out once a year and is handled by the teacher. I do not have a spill kit for this. I was wondering
Number of exit doors in labs and prep rooms: How many exit doors must a lab and a prep room have? Should they be on opposite sides of the lab? Are sliding doors allowed?
Students investigating mould and bacterial growth on food items: Are there any guidelines on how a prac investigating mould growth should be conducted?
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Chemical Storage: What type of extractor fan should we have to ventilate our chemical storage cupboard?
Fume cupboard servicing: Please advise what is legally required for the servicing of fume cupboards in school laboratories (i.e., 'How often?', 'What testing must be performed?', and, 'Who is permi
Making Nylon: It has now been 14 years since I was in a high school classroom, but in those ‘good old days’ we could do an experiment to make nylon 6,6.
Sharps container disposal: Hi. I just want to know where we should dispose our full sharps container.
Testing emergency off buttons for power and gas: Do we have to test the emergency off buttons for power and gas in the lab? Who can do the testing?