Never enter a laboratory unless permission has been given by your teacher.
Do not run and push in the laboratory.
Do not bring bags and unwanted items into the laboratory.
Always handle laboratory equipments with great care. Do not play with reagents and other chemicals, they can be dangerous.
Any damage to laboratory equipment, whether accidental or on purpose will incur a penalty equivalent to the damage caused.
No laboratory equipment can be taken out of the laboratory without the knowledge and permission of the teacher concerned.
Always keep your work area and the rest of the laboratory tidy and clean.
Eating and drinking in the laboratory is forbidden.
Wash your hands after using chemicals or biological materials and return cleaned equipment to the correct place.
Inform your teacher immediately about any accident.
If you spill any chemical or break any glassware, report it to your teacher who will tell you how to clean it up.
Only put broken glass into the broken-glass bins.
When heating or mixing substances, never look inside the flask, test tube or beaker. Do not point these experiments at anyone.
Do not open cupboards or examine specimens or experiments left in the laboratory unless permission has been given by your teacher.
Girls with long hair should make sure that their hair is tied back.
Be careful while using the burner or any other inflammable material.
Do not play the fool with equipment or chemicals. It can be dangerous to you and to other students around you.
Always follow the instructions of the teacher in charge of the class.