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Index                                                             This index lists the most important
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	 A
Abdominal thrust (Heimlich maneuver)      25, 27
Accident report     205
Accidents     1, 2, 5, 8
Acutely hazardous chemicals       237-239
Allergies   80
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)    40, 42, 50, 61
Animals in the classroom      86-87, 181, 187-189
Animals, handling      87, 187
ANSI Standards       14, 46, 51, 60, 169, 170, 171, 172, 216
Architectural barriers, elimination of 9, 115-125




	 B
Biohazards    81
Blood spills  81
Burns     82
        chemical    82
        temperature    82
        types   82
Burn prevention    83
Bush v. Oscoda     2




	 C
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation     25, 27
CAS number        See Chemical Abstract Service
Certification of Design and Construction    15, 16, 143-144, 149-150
Chemical Abstract Service     65, 70, 249
Chemical disposal      75
Chemical inventory 7
Chemical labels      12, 70
Chemical spills     77
Chemical storage      15, 47-48
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Chemicals, acutely and highly hazardous      237-239, 240-244
Children with disabilities   9, 106
Civil immunity     10, 110
Class size     1-3, 39, 41, 143, 144, 151-152
Commissioner’s Rules Concerning School Facilities     13, 142-158

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        	      requirements before January 1, 2004 3, 40, 142-145
               requirements on or after January 1, 2004 3, 41-42, 146-158
        Common emergencies      25
        Computer laboratory simulations     21, 179
        Contact lenses   169-173
        CPR    See cardiopulmonary resuscitation




        	 D
        Demonstrations   21
        Dissections  181, 187-189, 199-200
        Drench hose    14, 62




        	 E
        Educators’ Code of Ethics    17, 159-160
        Electrical hazard   11, 45
        Elementary school science    21-22, 190-191, 261-269
        Emergency exhaust fan      15, 46
        Emergency medical information form 206
        Emergency preparedness      27
        Emergency Response Team 6, 28
        Emergency shower       14, 61, 153
        Equal education opportunities    109
        Ethical conduct   17, 159-160
        Ethics, code of   17, 159-160
        Eye and face protection 10, 17, 52-53, 101-105, 114, 161-162, 169-173
                See also Safety goggles
        Eye/face wash     13, 60-61, 153


        F
        Facilities and equipment checklist    50, 215-218, 219-232
        Field experiences       19, 31-36
        Field investigations      31-36, 178-180, 208
        Field trips    31-36, 198
                 checklist    213
                 parent letter    208
                 permission form      207
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        Fire classifications     55, 56-57
        Fire extinguisher      43, 56-57
                 type ABC       43, 55
                 use     57
        Fire prevention      55

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First-aid kits 85
Flammable substance     11, 55, 56-57, 66
Fume hood      14, 15, 46, 59-60, 153




	 G
GFCI    See ground fault circuit interruptor
Glassware, guidelines for handling      84
Ground fault circuit interruptor   45, 176




	 H
Hazard Communication Act     7, 8, 11-12, 18, 65, 70, 89-91, 95, 128-141
Hazardous substance    11, 126-127
HAZCOM       See Hazard Communication Act
Heimlich maneuver    25, 27
Horizontal workspace   15, 154




	 I
Immunity from liability 10, 110
Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act           9, 106
Irritant  11, 126




	 L
Laboratory accidents, causes       1, 2, 29-30
Laboratory/classroom combination          13, 41, 42, 144, 151-152
Laboratory experience 19-22, 178-180, 192-195
Laboratory investigation      19-21, 24, 178-180, 192-195
         evaluating safety of investigations   24
Laboratory management techniques          23
Laboratory materials       201, 259-285
Laboratory room        3, 14, 39-42, 152
         square footage      3, 13-14, 39-42, 152
Laboratory safety      43-46, 174, 175-177, 215-218, 219-232
Laboratory science       192-195
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Least restrictive environment     9, 106
Lethal dosage      66
Liability of teachers     10, 110, 198
Lifting heavy objects      85


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        	 M
        Master Utility Controller   15, 44, 45
        Material Safety Data Sheets 5, 6, 7, 12, 18, 24, 27, 65-69, 71, 90, 91, 95, 130, 132,
        133-134,139, 141, 175, 176, 217, 218, 221, 245-257
        Materials and safety equipment lists   259-285
        Mechanical hazard       11, 126
        Microscale chemistry      76
        MSDS See Material Safety Data Sheets




        	 N
        National Electrical Code    44
        National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Hazard Rating      71-73
        National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Code 101     43
        National Fire Protection Association Standards scale     66, 71-73
        National Fire Protection Association diamond      71
        Negligence      12, 108
               malfeasance      12
               nonfeasance      12
        Notice to Employees (HAZCOM)         141




        	 O
        Overcrowding     1-3




        	 P
        Poisonous plants     35-36
                guide     233-234
        Prelaboratory activities 5
        Preparation and storage rooms 47-48
                cabinets     48
                chemical storage     47-48, 74
                countertops 48
                gas cylinders    48
                shelves     47
                space     47
                ventilation    46, 47
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        Professionalism, science teachers    184-186
        Protective eye devices 10, 17, 52-53, 101-105, 114, 161-162, 169-173




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	 R
Radioactive substance     11, 127
Resources for further reading   291-294




	 S
Safety and equipment checklist (calendar)      63, 219-232
Safety equipment       51
        drench hose      62
        emergency fire blanket      58
        emergency shower        61
        eye/face wash station       60
        fume hood       59
        laboratory aprons      51
        protective eye devices     52, 53, 91 See also Eye and face protection
        protective gloves     54
        ventilation    62
Safety goggles 4, 5, 53, 171 See also Eye and face protection
Safety instructions, student    4, 91-94, 176-177
        chemical safety      93
        electrical equipment safety 94
        fire safety    93
        first-aid procedures    92
        general laboratory rules     92
        glassware safety      94
        personal protective equipment      91-92
        precautions      94
        proper dress      92
Safety symbols       50, 71
Safety training     89-95
School facilities standards 3, 13-16, 39-42, 142-158
Sensitizer      11, 127
Spill control materials    77
Square footage per pupil       39, 40, 41, 148, 151, 152
Square footage per room 3, 13-14, 40-42, 144, 151-152
        prekindergarten 3, 13, 40-41, 151
        elementary school 3, 13, 40-41, 144, 151, 152
        middle school 3, 13, 40-41, 144, 152
        high school 3, 13, 40-41, 144, 152
Standard precautions       79
State and federal agencies       287-290
Student, disruptive, removal of 10, 111-113
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Students with disabilities    9, 106, 109, 196-197




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        	 T
        Tepid water     14, 15, 60, 61, 153
        Texas Attorney General’s Opinion No. DM-239       18, 163-165
        Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills   21
                 kindergarten–grade 2    21
                 grades 3–5    22
                 grades 6–8    22
                 grades 9–12 22
        Thermal hazard       11, 127
        Threshold Limit Value    65, 68, 69, 250, 253
        Time Weighted Average       65
        Tort claims    12, 107-108
        Toxic substance     11, 126, 127




        	 U
        Utility control, master   15, 44, 45




        	 V
        Ventilation     14, 15, 46, 62, 153, 154
                 cabinets    48
                 chemical storage room 47-48, 74
                 classroom 46
                 fume hood     14, 46, 153
                 laboratory/classroom    46
                 preparation and equipment storage room    47-48
                 system    15, 153

        	       	

        	 W
        Washing hands     4, 79, 87
        Weather, severe–guidelines 37-38
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