Blogs Featured Articles Finding New Ways to Use Picture Books in the Classroom Blog Post Conference Sessions on Equity, Teacher Collaboration Provide Benefits Blog Post Discovering Ways to Shift Lessons Along the Sensemaking Continuum Blog Post Inspiring and Engaging Teachers in Professional Learning at NSTA Conferences Blog Post Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Blog Post Why Coherence Matters for Multilingual Learners in Science Instruction Blog Post Incorporating DNA Education in Early and Intermediate STEM Learning Blog Post Are Your Lab SOPs in Place for a Safer School Year? Blog Post Finding New Ways to Use Picture Books in the Classroom Blog Post Inspiring and Engaging Teachers in Professional Learning at NSTA Conferences Blog Post Discovering Ways to Shift Lessons Along the Sensemaking Continuum Blog Post Conference Sessions on Equity, Teacher Collaboration Provide Benefits Blog Post Teaching About How Scientists Work—With a Focus on Claims-Evidence-Reasoning View all Safety Blog All Safety Blog Posts Body Introductory Post: Welcome to the NSTA Safety Blog Blog Post Chemical Safety Training for Science Teachers Academic science laboratories can be unsafe places for teaching and learning due to risks associated with biological, chemical, and physical hazards T... Blog Post Keeping Labs Safer With Engineering Controls Engineering controls can help isolate people from hazards and make the lab safer, according to the OSHA/NIOSH “Hierarchy of Controls.” Laboratorie... Blog Post The Safety Component in Lab Renovations and New Construction As states continue to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards and STEM curricula programs, science teachers will be asked to engage stud... Blog Post Power Tool Safety in Science Labs The use of power tools, such as table saws, drill presses, and miter saws, is becoming more common in science and STEM laboratories. All power tools h... Blog Post Mercury: The Shining Health Hazard At room temperature, elemental (metallic) mercury can evaporate to become an invisible, odorless toxic vapor. The warmer the air, the more q... Blog Post Safer Breakerspaces Breakerspaces are areas where students demolish, repurpose, fix, or disassemble appliances, electronics, toys, and other devices to learn ho... Blog Post Science Activity Safety Checklist The “Science Activity Safety Checklist,” written by NSTA’s Science Safety Advisory Board, allows teachers to vet any new demonstration, activity... Blog Post Responding to Chemical Spills The science teacher must be prepared to clean up minor spills that may occur in the lab and know how to proceed in the event of a major spill. A prope... Pagination First page « First Previous page ‹‹ Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Current page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Next page ›› Last page Last » Body Do you have a question that has not been answered yet? Email Kenneth Roy: firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter: @drroysafersci.