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Body parts is a set of coloured drawings including an outline human body and some of the major internal organs. It can be used to teach the position of and relationships between these organs.This Word.. more
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This short guide gives a summary of the hazards, and the measures needed to control the risk of injury and infection, from dissections undertaken in schools and colleges
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Updated from section 14 of the CLEAPSS handbook, this gives a brief, straightforward overview of the legal issues which might impinge on dissection in school science.
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This version of the coloured skeleton, torso and organs, can be printed on an A4 printer. The major diagrams are arranged to that the two halves of the skeleton and torso can be stuck together to prod.. more
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For those who can print on A3-sized paper, this version can be used by pupils to assemble an A3-sized human skeleton and/or torso with some organs. This should be used in conjunction with the advice i.. more
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Risk assessment guidance for dyes, indicators and stains.
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Using mercury metal, mercury oxides, chlorides, nitrates(V) and others, safely in practical work.
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Using common dyes and indicators safely in practical activities. Many such compounds , or their solvents, are hazardous but are used in such small amounts and in a very controlled way so as to limit e.. more
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No longer used much in practical work because of hazards. Includes dichloromethane (methylene dichloride), trichloromethane (chloroform), tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride), 1,1,1-trichloroetha.. more
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Health and safety information on the use of radioactive sources in practical school science activities.
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