Blogs Featured Articles 1.5°C May Not Seem Like Much, But It’s a Really Big Deal. Here’s Why. Blog Post People Are Systems: NASEM’s Call to Action Compels Science Educators to Transform Practice Blog Post Multiple Pathways to Recruit and Retain a Strong, Diverse Science Teaching Workforce Blog Post Developing a Science Teaching Workforce Prepared to Teach Multilingual Learners Blog Post Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts Blog Post Safety: Got Your Number? Blog Post NSTA Governance Revision Blog Post Remembering Bill Aldridge Blog Post Lab Safety: Overcrowded STEM/STEAM Labs and Makerspaces Blog Post 1.5°C May Not Seem Like Much, But It’s a Really Big Deal. Here’s Why. Blog Post STEM Lab Safety Zones for Hazardous Areas Blog Post Developing and Supporting a Strong, Diverse Science Teaching Workforce Blog Post Developing a Science Teaching Workforce Prepared to Teach Multilingual Learners View all Safety Blog All Safety Blog Posts Body Introductory Post: Welcome to the NSTA Safety Blog 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... Blog Post Be Aware of Biohazards As many high schools begin adopting curricula that include the study of microorganisms, biosafety must be addressed for a safer lab experience. Bio... Blog Post 7 Safety Guidelines for Guest Presentations Although guest presenters can offer real-life science experiences to students, they may not be familiar with the safety practices that need to be in p... Blog Post Preparing for Medical Emergencies Science teachers need to know the necessary actions to take in the event of a medical emergency. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OS... Blog Post Protecting Students From Fires In 2015, the National Fire Protection Association released a revised version of NFPA 45 that included a new chapter titled “Educational and Instruct... Blog Post Selecting the Right Lab Coat There are plenty of reasons to wear a lab coat. For instance, lab coats are fire resistant, and they protect your skin from splashes and spills in the... Pagination First page « First Previous page ‹‹ Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Current page 7 Page 8 Page 9 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.