Comparison of Eye Protection Options Poster
24 inches x 36 inches Wall Poster illustrating eye protection options for impact and chemical splash protection. Take a look at the poster (pdf).
Available from Carolina Biological Supply and Safety Emporium or contact Linda Stroud directly.
Hawaii State Department of Education has placed the Science Laboratory Safety Manual and Chemical Management System CD in every school.
Chemical Management System CD
developed by Fred L. Beyer, Jr. and Linda M. Stroud, Ph.D.
This CD will allow a school system to determine which chemicals and amounts of the chemical that should be in a K-12 school. This chemical management system will prevent the reordering of hazardous chemicals that have to be disposed of by private hazardous waste companies. A site license is required for each middle and secondary school in a school system. Read the reviews! (pdf)
NEW! A second edition of the CD is now available with over 2400 chemicals.
Science Laboratory Safety Manual
2nd edition now available Order your copy today
Who should use this comprehensive, deskside resource
- Science teachers
- School administrators
- Science safety facilitators / consultants
- LEA administrative personnel and instructional consultants
- Chemical Hygiene Officers
- Safety Officers
- Science education majors at colleges and universities
- Science education college professors
- Parent(s) / guardian(s)
This manual meets requirements set by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act for teacher improvement in Math/Science instruction.
A few reasons why this is such a valuable tool!
Over 400 information-packed pages providing the guidelines, procedures,
and references needed to raise the standard of school science safety.
- Laws, codes, standards and regulations plus an explanation of liability
- Thorough discussions about personal protective equipment and its proper use, as well as sources
- Explanation of the updated NFPA Fire Rating System and labeling requirements
- Recognizing and addressing common safety hazards by course category
- What you need to know to conduct a Laboratory Assessment
- Prudent practice on a variety of topics
- Recognizing and addressing fire and electrical hazards
- Chemical procurement, handling, labeling and storage
- Chemical and biological hazardous waste disposal
- First aid reference with details on appropriate procedures
- Appropriate use of glassware, hardware and equipment
- Facilities Planner
- Appendix containing resources, professional organizations, supply houses and more
Contents - download the complete Table of Contents (500 KB, PDF)
Rave Reviews for Science Laboratory Safety manual - 2nd Edition:
Because safety is everyone’s responsibility, it's wise to start with knowledge of all the factors considered essential for setting the bar for such safety. There's much more to be found between the covers of this work. ... A lot of work has gone into this manual, and a lot of benefit may come from it at all grade levels.
Purchase the Science Laboratory Safety manual from the NSTA Science Store.
Dr. Linda Stroud has done a remarkable job in bringing together all of the critical elements of laboratory safety for in-the-trenches science teachers, supervisors and administrators with her publication titled Science Laboratory Safety Manual. This is a must read for both neophyte and veteran science educators as a user-friendly resource on how to be aware of, assess for and take action on safety issues in the laboratory. It has my highest recommendation!
Dr. Kenneth R. Roy,
International science safety author, columnist, editor, and consultant
I received you manual yesterday. Wow!
There is no question in my mind that the manual is the most complete and comprehensive
reference available to science teachers. Every school in the country should have a copy
for reference if for no other reason. I hope someone will review it for The Science Teacher.
I would like to review it for the NCSTA Newsletter if you think is is appropriate. I know
you didn't write it with the idea of having used as a stand alone manual, but it is so
comprehensive that I think it might even be used in research labs and university labs.
I couldn't find a single thing that I tried to look up that wasn't covered in detail.
Congratulations on a masterful piece of work.
Fred L. Beyer, Jr. Retired Science Educator and Consultant