My Safety Story

Yesterday during science class Mr Robinson was explaining to us how we were doing a experiment today! But not just any, the best one of the year! He said it would be one to remember. I couldn’t hardly wait, period 5 science class. All day I was so excited. During science our experiment Mr Robinson explained the experiment! After we all understood the experiment he then went over the safety procedures as everyone wrote their hypothesis, materials ect. Everyone started by grabbing safety goggles to protect their eyes from any hazardous chemicals.  We then went and got all of our materials. We firstly got breakers to measure stuff and hold heat if glass. We then got breaker tongs to hold the hot breaker so we dont burn our hands. We followed that up by test tubes, to store mic or heat substances. Then of course we had to get a test tube rack to hold the test tubes, test tube holder to hold hot test tubes and a test tube brush to clean test tubes. Finally we got a funnel tp help pour liquids into small openings without making a mess. So now we got got all of our safety stuff, did our hypothesis and got our materials.

Now we are finally ready to start. Mr Robertson made sure all of our safety glasses were on and everyone with long hair had it tied back. We started working with flammable Image result for flammable symbol materials. I knew it was flammable and dangerous because it was in the octagon shape, and we had just learned that a few days prior. I saw our next substance and it had a octagon corrosive symboleImage result for corrosive symbol. So I quickly realized we were using very dangerous stuff! Although we all knew we had to be so careful Mr Robinson reminded us again. We started and everything was going totally good, the experiment was working and everyone was so happy with it! But all of the sudden Marco took off his safety goggles for not even a minute and somehow he got sprayed in the eye with some very harmful chemicals. Everyone kind of panicked including him. But he was rushed over to the eye wash station in room 201, but he only stayed for about 5 minutes and insisted he was fine. And although me and many classmates knew he should stay for 15 minutes no one said anything. He continued to reinsure everyone he was fine so we kept going with the experiment. Mr Robinson continued to show u all the cool stuff these chemicals could do. We were all in shock, it was so cool! We were all pretty comfortable at this point around and two kids started fooling around and accidentally bumped one of the substances. The test tubes all fell over and broke open. The substance that was corrosive spreader all over the table. It socked Mr Robinson and a bit got on me.

We all calmly got up and went over to room 201 to use the emergency shower. But before we knew it we were there and there was a awkward silence over everyone. Who’s gonna use it first?! I knew it would be right to let Mr Robinson go first because obviously he had more and he was the teacher, but I was so scared, but I had a quarter of the substance Mr Robinson had. I was lost in my thoughts. Do I go do I let him go. I would be wrong if I went but it was taking everything out of me not to jump into that shower. Before we knew it Mr Gagnus and Mr Colombo the first aid attendant came and  understood what was going on. They pushed Mr Robinson under the big shower head and pulled the leaver. And I ended up going after him.

In the end we were all okay, and luckily we all payed attention in science classless when we went over all the procedures!

 

(The picture of the map isn’t very clear I can show you the paper copy if you want)

 

 

WHMIS

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A corrosive material is a highly reactive substance that causes obvious damage to living tissue.

 

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It can explode if it comes into contact with a flame or heat. It may also explode due to friction or shock.

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It mean it could be a threat t any living organisms but mostly humans and can affect human health.

 

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They ar gasses kept in a container with a pressurized of 200kPa or more.

10 faits à propos de Makayla Stark

1. Je m’appelle Makayla Stark, je suis 13 an et je suis né le 20 Septembre 2005. Je suis venu  d’École Kway Middle pour l’école intermédiaire. Je suis né à Vancouver et j’ai vécu ici toute ma vie. Ce que j’aime faire quand je suis libre, c’est un lieu de rencontre avec mes amis.

2.J’ai une sœur plus âgée que moi, elle est 17 ans etelle et de terminale, ici a Riverside et elle s’appelle Hannah. Beaucoup de personnes disent qu’on regarde similaire mais je ne le vois pas.

3. Je joue au softball, et j’ai commencé quand j’étais 4 ans. Je suis très chanceux d’avoir les opportunités que j’ai résous dans ce sport. Je suis voyagée chez beaucoup de places l’année passée comme Las Vegas, Californie, Montréal ect pour les tournois.

4. Pendant les vacances de printemps l’année passée je suis allée au Thaïlande avec ma famille et nos amis. On est allé pour 2 semaine et on visité 4 ville ou 2 on a regardé beaucoup de choses et les autres 2 on est allées a les plage car c’était très chaud et humide et l’eau là est transparent et pas froide du tout et les plage avez le sable très douse.

 

5. Mon plat préféré est le sushi, un type préféré de sushi est le california roll. Je passe vraiment beaucoup d’argent sur les sushis.

6. Je suis très difficile mangeuse et je n’aime pas beaucoup de nourriture. Je n’aime rien d’épicé et je déteste le lait. Et chaque fois que les gens m’offrent à manger chez eux, je dis non, car je ne serai probablement pas l’aimé.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.J’avais vraiment peur des chiens quand j’étais plus jeune, mais quelques années plus tard, mes parents ont donné ma sœur un chien pour Noël et, lentement, j’ai fini d’avoir peur. Elle s’appelle lexi et elle a 6 ans.

8. Un jour, je veux vraiment aller à Bora Bora pour des vacances à la plage, parce que j’adore les vacances à la plage. Et il a l’air si joli là-bas et certains amis de notre famille sont allés là-bas et ont dit que c’était si joli.

9. J’ai peur des montagnes russes avec de grosses gouttes. Quand j’étais en Californie, ma famille et mes amis m’ont forcé à y aller et je l’ai détesté.

10. Jen Salling est une personne que j’admire vraiment. Elle joue dans l’équipe canadienne de natiolan pour le softball, mais excelle non seulement sur le terrain, mais aussi au large. Elle fait des tonnes de bénévolat et de coaching.