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How would you respond to a fire in your laboratory?

With a fire, people should first evacuate the lab. Once safe, they should close doors, pull the fire alarm, and call emergency services. Anyone who is on fire should stop, drop, and roll. Fighting fires is about cutting off oxygen.

What should you do in the event of a fire at your workstation?

Everyone Must evacuate the room, Except those using Fire Extinguisher. Someone should pull the fire alarm.

What is the best way to put out a small fire in the lab?

Extinguish small fires in a container by covering and cutting off the oxygen with a solid ceramic matte. If anyone’s hair or clothing catches on fire, immediately try to smother the flames with a wool fireblanket, or cotton clothing. Do not ever try to smother flames with nylon clothing: it could melt onto the skin.

What should you do if your lab partner is on fire?

Notify the teacher. Your lab partner reaches over a bunsen burner while doing an experiment and his or her sleeve catches on fire. Call for help and remind your partner to stop, drop and roll. Quickly get the fire blanket and wrap your lab partner in it to smother the fire.

What is the first thing you do if there is a fire in the lab?

Fire emergency Activate nearest fire alarm or call Security number. Close doors to confine fire. Evacuate to safe area or exit building through stairwell; do not use lift. Have person knowledgeable of incident and laboratory assist emergency personnel.

What should be done at the end of your lab time?

Remove all your laboratory protective clothing and safety gear such as lab coats, gloves, safety goggles, etc inside the lab before leaving. Switch off lights, air conditioners and other electrical facilities before leaving the lab. Remember to sign the laboratory register and enter the time you leave the laboratory.

How would one put out an accidental ethanol fire in the lab?

Use a CO2, halon, or dry chemical extinguisher that is marked B, C, BC, or ABC. An alcohol-type or alcohol-resistant (ARF) foam may be used to effectively combat fuel ethanol fires.

What if there are no traffic rules?

There would be chaos, anarchy, and many more high speed crashes. Driving in cities would become impossible. Humans are not known for their logic, fairness, or empathy, so soon the most selfish and irresponsible would control the roads.

Why is it important for us to know the use and meaning of road signs and prohibited signs?

Importance of Following the Rules and Safety Signs The road signs provided are actually there to ensure your safety while driving. All you need to do is consider them and follow each signage for ultimate protection. These markers also allow drivers to know their required speed limit on certain points.