Uco Chemistry Safety Agreement

9. I acknowledge that I have been provided with a key for a chemistry laboratory drawer and I take responsibility for this key and the contents of that drawer throughout the semester. In addition to the devices in my drawer, I take full responsibility for the equipment I remove from the distribution room, and I understand that I am financially responsible for defective or missing devices. When purchasing a chemical, you should ask the supplier for a copy of the materials safety sheet. You can also search for it on MSDSonline. My name is Dr. Mike Jezercak, and I will be your teacher for this course. I contact you all in advance to draw your attention to the course site that is on my chemistry web. The page is available on the Chemistry website and is linked here: www.drjez.com/uco 2. I know the location and proper operation of laboratory safety devices, including, but not only: fire alarms, safety showers, eye washes, fire extinguishers and emergency exits. The Department of Chemistry at the University of Central Oklahoma values teaching as an essential part of the training of our students. Our teaching is based on a rigorous and innovative curriculum, focused on developing the skills of students in chemistry and biochemistry.

The department offers three study options: B.S. in Chemistry; B.S. in Chemistry – ACS Certificate; and B.S. in Chemistry – Health Sciences. 3. Safety information is discussed at conferences and in the laboratory. I understand that additional security information can be obtained in /content/chemistry-department-safety and that I am responsible for verification and compliance with the content. In addition, I am aware that I am subject to all its provisions, whether or not I have chosen to read and understand them. The UCO Department of Chemistry`s mission is to provide students with a solid foundation in chemistry theory and application and to transmit good laboratory practices, critical thinking and communication skills so that students can become productive, ethical and engaged professionals in chemistry or related fields. The department also encourages the professional growth of students and staff by seeking and implementing opportunities for scientific work, scientific promotion and community engagement.

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