Blogs Featured Articles Will There Be Agreement on the Next Pandemic Relief Bill for K-12? Blog Post Local Phenomena Blog Post Enhancing Students’ Science Learning Using Phenomena Blog Post Senate Republicans Release Draft Coronavirus Relief Bill Blog Post Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Blog Post Will There Be Agreement on the Next Pandemic Relief Bill for K-12? Blog Post Pandemic Hobby, Part 2: Chickens Blog Post COVID-19: Sanitizing Lab PPE and More Blog Post How Teachers and Families Can Work Together During Remote Instruction Blog Post How Phenomena Can Promote Student-Centered Learning Blog Post Enhancing Students’ Science Learning Using Phenomena Blog Post Local Phenomena Blog Post Teaching and Learning About COVID-19 During the Pandemic View all Safety Blog All Safety Blog Posts Body Introductory Post: Welcome to the NSTA Safety Blog Blog Post Chemical Management Middle and high school science teachers often have or should have the task of retrofitting their chemical storeroom. Critical issues such as what chem... Blog Post Safety Training for Non-Science Instructors Unlike science teachers, non-science educators have little to no training in hazard analysis, risk assessment, or safety-related issues. As a result, ... Blog Post Safer Storage According to the NSTA Position Statement titled “The Integral Role of Laboratory Investigations in Science Instruction,” there must be adequate st... Blog Post Safer Science Labs A Manhattan jury recently awarded nearly $60 million in damages to a former Beacon High School student who was badly burned by a teacher’s botched c... Blog Post How Safe Are Biological Stains? In middle and high school science labs, biological stains, such as basic fuchsin, crystal violet, and Congo red, are used to enhance properties of mic... Blog Post Safety Labels for Hazardous Chemicals The OSHA Laboratory Standard 29 CFR 1910.1450 details specific recommendations when labeling and storing hazardous chemicals within school laboratorie... Blog Post Heat Source Safety Many hands-on STEM activities and demonstrations require the use of a heat source. The challenge is to determine the appropriate heat source based on ... Blog Post Addressing Electrical Hazards in the Lab Accidents in the lab involving electricity can produce fire, smoke, electrocutions, and explosions. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Ad... Pagination First page « First Previous page ‹‹ Page 1 Current page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Next page ›› Last page Last » Body Do you have a question that has not been answered yet? Email Kenneth Roy: email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter: @drroysafersci.