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A regularly updated list of contractors that will remove hazardous and other waste materials from schools. Includes brief advice on choosing the most appropriate. 
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Gloves are not routinely required by technicians, teachers or students carrying out practical work in science. Wear them only when either CLEAPSS guidance requires it or your own risk assessment deems.. more
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Instructions, including risk assessed control measures, to safely demonstrate just how hot steam can become.
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An extensive range of reference tables and data covering everything from atomic masses to unit conversion.
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Can be easily used by a science department to produce its own H&S policy
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Everything a secondary science department needs to have in its H&S policy, plus some useful advice for teachers and heads of department.An accompanying Word document (DL223) can be customised by a.. more
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Guide to doing practical work during the COVID-19 Pandemic – Science
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Describes the precautions and training needed when activities such as registration or non-science lessons have to take place in labs, and, in particular, when these are taken by non-science staff.
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pH meter calibration  (2 Jul 2020)
How to calibrate school pH meters
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The ‘shelf-life’ of a reagent depends on its chemical properties, how it is stored and how frequently the container is opened, thus exposing the reagent to air, moisture and other contaminants. Over t.. more
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