Blogs Featured Articles Practicing Self Care by Finding & Participating in Communities Blog Post Discovering Community and Learning Blog Post Building Community to Create Your STEM Ecosystem Blog Post Overcoming Isolation by Joining Professional Learning Communities Blog Post Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Blog Post Overcoming Isolation by Joining Professional Learning Communities Blog Post Building Community to Create Your STEM Ecosystem Blog Post Discovering Community and Learning Blog Post Practicing Self Care by Finding & Participating in Communities 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 View all Safety Blog All Safety Blog Posts Body Introductory Post: Welcome to the NSTA Safety Blog Blog Post Avoiding Electrical Hazards in the Lab In science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) labs, teachers and students can be exposed to a number of electrical hazards such as damaged elec... Blog Post A Three-Step Method for Safer Labs The lab can be an unsafe place. Under NSTA’s Duty of Care, however, the teacher is required to make labs safer (see Resources). One way of... Blog Post The Harmful Particles in 3-D Printers As three-dimensional printers are starting to become more common in science, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), and Fab labs, recent r... Blog Post 9 Housekeeping Tips for Science Educators A clean lab is a safer lab. These nine housekeeping tips can help science teachers reduce the risk of lab accidents. 1. Location, location, locatio... Blog Post An Acknowledgment Form Is Safer Than a Contract The school year is well under way. But before students enter science labs, they must turn in a safety acknowledgment form. After completing introdu... Blog Post How Safe Is Your Eyewash? According to a recent article in Safety + Health magazine, Honeywell Safety Products had to recall about 9,700 bottles of Eyesaline emergency eyewash ... Blog Post Preventing Overcrowding in K–12 Science Labs Of all the safety concerns expressed by science teachers, class size is high on the list. Thus, occupancy loads in science laboratories should be rest... Blog Post Starting the New School Year: Seven Safer Science Strategies Before starting the new school year, in terms of safety, a little planning can go a long way. Science teachers, supervisors, and administrators should... Pagination First page « First Previous page ‹‹ Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Current 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.