Safeguards in the School Laboratory is the twelfth edition of this invaluable ASE publication is intended for all those involved in 11-19 science education. It will be particularly useful for newly qualified and trainee teachers, new technicians and those seeking promotion to, or newly appointed as, heads of department, senior technicians, etc.
Safeguards in the School Laboratory seeks to provide an overview of health and safety issues in science education; it flags up areas where there are significant misconceptions and where problems commonly arise, and draws attention to situations which, although rare, may have serious consequences. It does not replace detailed health and safety advice or risk assessments provided by CLEAPSS and SSERC on behalf of employers; it does, however, alert readers to those occasions when they need to be careful and check those details. We believe it should be read from cover to cover, even if some parts are skipped over at a first reading.
The authors are all members of the ASE’s Health & Safety specialist group and are experienced teachers, technicians, advisers or consultants, several of them currently or formerly working for CLEAPSS or SSERC.
Interested in more information? You can also check the ASE website section on Health and Safety and well as Topic in Safety a resource created by members of ASE’s Health and Safety Group, a commitee that give advice to members on all matters relating to health and safety in science education.
|Age Range: 11 – 19 years||Format: Paperback|
|Authors: The Association for Science Education|