Lead and lead salts. On your List of Recommended Chemicals for Science in Australian Schools, you say that lead nitrate can be used in Years 7–12.
Hazardous waste: Could you do an SOP on the disposal of hazardous substances?
Talc asbestos: At a recent technician's meeting, it was brought to our attention that all Mohs Hardness Mineral kits had to be disposed of, if they contained a sample of talc. Apparently, the form
MSDS update: Should we change MSDSs only because of an expired date, even there are no changes in its content? Thanks a lot.
GHS Labels: Could you please give a detailed example (i.e., a picture of) the minimum legal requirement required for labeling in terms of the GHS, DET, First Aid information and any other informati
Chemical Store (ventilation): Hi There. Thank you for such a great place to ask questions and seek resources. I have a question in regards to ventilation in a chemical store.
Demonstration of phosphorus: Are teachers still allowed to demonstrate the properties of white phosphorus? If so, where do we get some? Clearly we would need only a tiny amount.
Lightning in a test tube: I have a teacher who is planning on performing the 'lightning in a test tube' demonstration in the school lecture theatre.
Portable Bunsen burners: In August 2013, a Qld Dept Education Health and Safety Consultant advised us that the Australian Gas Association (AGA) and Qld Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate have decided t