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B) The more useful a chemical is in a lab, the more hazardous it is. 1-10 (c) The more useful a chemical is in a lab, the less hazardous it is. (d) Most chemicals that we encounter in labs and elsewhere are hazardous. Learning to be safe in chemistry laboratories is best accomplished by (a) Performing experiments to see what’s safe and what isn’t (b) Memorizing safety rules (c) Thinking about the hazards and risks associated with experiments (d) Learning from one’s own mistakes Facilities, location, equipment, procedures, and standards are examples of (a) Environmental factors (b) Person factors (c) Behavior factors (d) None of the above Attitude, beliefs, personality, knowledge, skills, and abilities, are examples of (a) Environmental factors (b) Person factors (c) Behavior factors (d) None of the above Safe and risky practices are examples of (a) Environmental factors (b) Person factors (c) Behavior factors (d) None of the above Most accidents in labs occur when (a) Experienced lab workers try a new experiment (b) Inexperienced lab workers use chemicals (c) Safety rules and safe practices are not followed (d) “Accidents happen” beyond the control of the lab worker Why do some lab workers take unnecessary risks?
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Assess the risks of hazards. Minimize the risks of hazards. Prepare for emergencies. I and II I and III I, II, and IV I, II, III, and IV 6. In reviewing incidents it is usually discovered that How did the incident occur? What happened? Who caused the incident? Why did the incident occur? (a) There is one main cause of the incident (b) There are many causes for an incident and prevention of any single cause might have prevented the incident (c) There are many causes for an incident and it would have been necessary to eliminate all of the causes in order to have prevented the incident (d) Inexperienced workers caused the incident 4.
Biochemical Targets of Plant Bioactive Compounds by Gideon Polya