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Subject: Oversby: Safety
From: CCCE ConfChem <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Fri, 10 Jun 2016 11:06:37 -0500

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When I was in teacher education, for all science graduates, a university on
safety was essential. This was followed by a strict requirement on the
inclusion of a safety section in written lesson plans, checked by school
mentors before teaching every lesson, and commented in observations. In fact
this was probably the most successful part of the course, and safety
accidents are very rare in UK schools, all the way up to 18 years old. Within
schools, overall safety is the responsibility of the employer, but is shared
with those who have appropriate expertise, such as science seior teachers. In
addition, schools can buy in additional expertise, such as CLEAPSS
( [2]) in England, for advice. There is no absolute
safeguard against accidents, but multiple checks and input can reduce the
risk of accidents.

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