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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.

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Publication Date: 24 August 2015
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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.

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Publication Date: 20 August 2015
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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

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Publication Date: 04 August 2015
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Chemical Safety in Schools manual: I have recently started working at a school where they are using the DET Chemical Safety In Schools manuals to assist in the running of the school lab.

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Publication Date: 03 August 2015
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Phenylthiocarbamide paper: Hi,  Are you still allowed to use phenylthiocarbamide paper?

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Publication Date: 28 July 2015
Australian Curriculum:
  • Year 10 > Science Understanding > Biological Sciences > The transmission of heritable characteristics from one generation to the next... > ACSSU184
  • Year 10 > Science as a Human Endeavour > Use and influence of science > People use scientific knowledge to evaluate whether they accept claims,... > ACSHE194
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Use of a spirometer: One of our teachers would like to use a spirometer in class.  The spirometer requires the user to breath in rather than blow air out.  Are we allowed to do this, if we have dis

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Publication Date: 17 July 2015
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Chemical disposal (chromium): I have a small amount of potassium dichromate and potassium chromate to be disposed. What is the best way to do this? 

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Publication Date: 16 July 2015
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Spill Kit: Hi, My school is for Years 7–12. I have a Spill Kit in place at work (stored in the prep room) which is kept in a smaller (i.e., 1/2 size) than standard-size wheelie bin.

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Publication Date: 15 July 2015
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Laboratory doors: I was wondering if it is a requirement that science room doors be locked when not attended by staff? If so, is this written down anywhere?

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Publication Date: 25 June 2015
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Safety Data Sheets: Is it a legal requirement that hard copies of SDSs be available in ALL Science laboratories in a school?

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Publication Date: 09 June 2015
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