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VDOE Safety - Shared screen with speaker view
Addison Rouse
19:33
I do not have a microphone on my desktop so I cannot unmute
Gregory MacDougall
20:20
At the bottom of your screen there is an image of a microphone. Mute that.
Kirsten Dexter
21:23
Can we "hold" our schools to only having the number of students in class that we have lab counter space for?
Jennifer Oaks
28:38
My volume is all the way up but I can not hear anything...this is my first time with zoom... I have always used Google classroom
Joshua Applewhite
29:21
make sure the proper audio device is selected in the audio settings
Kristin Brubaker
29:24
check that you don't accidentally have headphones plugged in or half plugged in. or a Bluetooth device connected
Maria Lane
29:36
Are you still allowing people into the meeting? I have a fellow teacher who is not able to get in.
Gregory MacD VDOE
30:09
Anne's ,mic is soft today. I have my volume turned up all the way.
Jennifer Oaks
31:51
I turned blue tooth off and itś still not letting me hear anything
Jennifer Oaks
31:51
I turned blue tooth off and itś still not letting me hear anything
Jennifer Oaks
31:53
I turned blue tooth off and itś still not letting me hear anything
Ashley Chassard
32:14
For the safety shower, use a baby pool.
Kristin Brubaker
33:02
transcribing for Myra to Jennifer: "check the carrot next to the microphone on the bottom of the screen for audio settings?
Anne Mooring
33:35
garbage bag cut open in top over a large rolling garbage can used by janitors. garbage bag forms a chute for water into the garbage can. wheeled garbage can then used to transport water out the door.
Anne Petersen
33:50
Great Ideas!
Kirsten Dexter
34:48
concerns when we have 24 lab seats and we have 25+ on our rosters. o we have any ground to stand on?
Anne Petersen
36:13
There are guidelines as to space for science teaching in the VDOE Facilities Manual. It is not based on the number of students; instead it is based on square footage of the space per student.
Lorna Anzelone
37:12
Not wearing goggles
anne beasley
37:12
no goggles?
Jen Boyles
37:19
all students should be wearing eye protection
Amanda Hogston
37:20
Not wearing goggles
Tammy Schwab
37:21
Not wearing eye protection- teacher negligence
Sabrina Gilbert
37:22
not wearing protective equipment
Jennifer Sanford
37:22
Neglecting to wear eye protection
Pamela Hughes
37:22
damage was forseeable
George Parker
37:24
no eye protection
Bridgett Wilson
37:25
Not wearing eye protection
Reba Kindle
37:26
no goggles
Dustin Knight
37:26
no eye protection
Michael Patterson
37:26
Warning students of dangers. Not requiring proper PPE.
Ginger Frogel
37:27
Safety goggles should have been worn by all students and teacher
Jennifer Donahue
37:27
where are the goggles?
Kathleen Frazier
37:28
Not enforcing use of safety equipment
Lynette Sanford
37:29
goggles?
Kristi Shifflett
37:29
No googles
wmhs_teacher
37:29
no goggles
Hillary Stewart
37:30
Safety Goggles
Allison Jerrell
37:30
No eye protection
Stephen Fitton
37:30
Students have to have eye protection
Lorna Anzelone
37:31
checking the glass for cracks
Catherine McLaughlin
37:31
Students were not wearing eye protection
Katrina Glenn
37:31
Going over proper safety techniques and safety wear
Kathryn Thomas
37:31
negligence in not enforcing goggle use
Valerie Landers
37:31
no goggles
Lisa Crouch
37:32
Always wear safety glasses
Susan Gorbea
37:32
the teacher . no googles
Kerry Vara
37:33
Should have worn eyeware
Julie McGill
37:33
no eye protection
Christie Frey
37:34
no goggles
Elva Colyer
37:34
No safety eye protection.
Eliese Zawacki
37:34
eye goggles with lab ware out
Jennifer Kennedy
37:35
goggles needed
Ryan Berta
37:36
no eye protection
mark seaman
37:36
not wearing eye protection
Dana Johnson
37:36
could have seen it coming
Christopher Elder
37:38
no eye protection
Stephanie McClain
37:40
Why no eye protection?
Julie Haddix
37:42
Lack of student goggles
Debra McDonough
37:43
He was not wearing eye protection.
Desiree Floyd
37:43
lack of goggles
Annette Vest
37:44
Did the teacher go over the safety expectations for the experiment. Did the child just not follow through?
Michelle Day
37:44
no eye protection
Angela Weymouth
37:45
no googles
Matthew Chapman
37:45
They should have had eye protection.
Marjorie Thrash
37:47
Goggles?
George Parker
37:48
It is not clear how he was monitoring the students.
Sherry Green
37:51
no goggles
Reba Kindle
37:51
supervision of activity
Mary Ortiz
37:52
Teacher was in charge - should have told them to wear goggles when glass used - child injured
Sue Davies
37:52
should have had eye protection
Anne Straume
37:52
no goggles, should they be using matches in school?
Stephen Fitton
37:54
Was the procedure properly demonstrated to allow for proper pressure?
Kirsten Dexter
37:54
maybe even a safety shield
Paula Mangus
37:54
Did the teacher provide eye protections and the kids just not put them on?
Rebecca Beale
37:57
should have been wearing goggles
Anna Ward
37:57
Eye protection and monitoring the students as they engaged in the experiment
Charles Hughes
37:58
should have had students wear goggles
Dorina Lewis
37:59
No eye protection
Jane Carter
38:00
eye protection
Susan Stephens
38:00
No eye protection and instruction on how to observe the demo
Kala Davis
38:01
no eye protection
Jess Meyer
38:03
Students should wear eye protection. Teacher should be aware of potential hazards.
Todd Clemons
38:04
No goggles
Jordan Evans
38:06
He should have been given eye protection.
Claudia Lilly-Campbell
38:07
protection for the eyes needed
Anne Straume
38:08
no goggles
Teresa Jackson
38:12
eye protection
Sandra Mitchell
38:13
beach of duty of care, negligence in nit requiring google
Allison Kubat
38:13
Eye protection
Samantha Keene
38:16
eye protectin
Sherry Kilgore
38:16
eye protetion
Sandra Reedy
38:35
eye protection with glass
Heather Gilbert
38:35
No goggles.
Kristin Brubaker
38:36
did the student controlling pressure buildup by pinching hose follow directions correctly?
Teresa Jackson
38:50
Goggles, goggles, goggles! I am not 100% sure I would even let students do this themselves because of the build up of pressure. I would do this as a demo only
Shonna McGuire
39:06
No goggles
Sandra Mitchell
39:14
are goggles required if doing gummi bear and water type experiments?
Andrea Garrett
39:16
What is the protocol with students that wear glasses?
Stephanie McClain
39:54
In the past, I have talked about the marks of honor from chemical splash goggles
Kendrea Hensley
40:07
Does anyone have an effective way to keep goggles from fogging up?
Anne Mooring
40:19
Goggles should be required anytime glass can shatter or pressure is used as well as chemicals
Christopher McKinney
41:17
there is a product called anti-fog lens cleaner
Lorna Anzelone
41:33
What about an imperfection in the flask???
Christopher McKinney
41:38
It does help some I used it while wearing masks this past year
Anne Mooring
43:24
I've had chemicals fly half-way across a room due to a student error. Consider that all students in a room where experiments are taking place should be wearing eye protection.
Kristi Shifflett
43:34
Chemicals are not properly stored
Lorna Anzelone
43:38
The case should not have merit. The chemical was bought by the father and not by the school.
Julie McGill
43:46
Bus duty
Christopher Elder
43:46
teacher on bus duty and father
Jess Meyer
43:52
It is the father's fault.
Kristin Brubaker
43:52
is there a school policy about transporting explosives on a bus?
Dustin Knight
43:54
bus duty
Stephen Fitton
43:58
I would not allow explosives to come to school at all
Matthew Chapman
43:58
parents, teacher on duty.
Katrina Glenn
44:00
The father but the school should have checked the chemical when it was brought in..
Angela Weymouth
44:01
parents
Tammy Schwab
44:02
Chemical bought by the father- not condoned by the school
Annette Vest
44:05
students shouldn't be allowed to bring chemicals to /from school
Susan Gorbea
44:06
the student was transporting explosives on the bus which is against school policy
Jen Boyles
44:07
Parental error
Olivia Dofflemyer
44:07
The father who bought the chemicals
Jennifer Donahue
44:07
parents
anne beasley
44:08
maybe bus duty teacher, maybe parent
Isabelle Johnson
44:08
bus duty
Julie Haddix
44:10
School policy addressing materials on bus;
Sandra Mitchell
44:11
Father for purchasing explosive
Charles Hughes
44:12
Teacher on bus duty should not have allowed the demo to occur
Kerry Vara
44:12
the child had the duty of care
Amber Gibbs
44:13
The teacher should not of let him take the chemicals home...the father or parent could have come to pick them up
Stephanie McClain
44:13
Father and Lesley
Teresa Jackson
44:13
Student not have been allowed to transport the chemicals
wmhs_teacher
44:15
explosive material should have been conficcated
Anne Straume
44:16
parents, glass on bus isn't allowed
Sabrina Gilbert
44:17
they were allowed to bring explosive materials to school, on a bus that was not supervised.... how did this occur on bus duty... someone was not paying attention
Lynette Sanford
44:17
why was he allowed to bring them to school?
Jennifer Kennedy
44:17
chemicals should not have been at the school
Marjorie Thrash
44:18
School policy
Kirsten Dexter
44:18
parents should have brought and picked up...… admin should support into converying
Reba Kindle
44:20
dad
Sherry Green
44:20
Never should have been brought to school
mark seaman
44:24
father
Joanie Griffith
44:28
Why was the student allowed to bring the materials..this should have been done in the classroom and left there.
Mary Ortiz
44:29
The teacher should have approved the materials for the products before allowing it on the campus.
Amy Compton
44:32
teachers
Christopher McKinney
44:33
no msds sheet available. done out side of the classroom the bus duty should not have allow a science experiment out sie of the classroom
Julie Conley
44:34
It doesn't sound like the chemical should have been traveling with a student. The teacher should have taken it after they were aware and sent it home with parent
Paula Mangus
44:34
Experiment should have been oked by teacher before it came to school
Rebecca Beale
44:35
would have been safer if parents brought and picked up
Kathryn Thomas
44:36
father, but student should not have been allowed to bring the chemicals
Sandra Mitchell
44:37
science teacher for no taking explosiveteaher on bus duty
Pamela Hughes
44:39
Teacher should have never allowe the chemicals to come from home
Elva Colyer
44:40
The simulation was allowed at school. The teachers and school should not have allowed the simulation. Parents were also liable.
Julie Haddix
44:40
student should not have had the materials on bus; teacher should have kept the chemicals
Kala Davis
44:45
shouldn't have been brought to school
Dorina Lewis
44:46
Bus duty teacher
Shonna McGuire
44:50
Chemicals should have never been brought to school, the school should have had restrictions on these in the first place.
Dana Johnson
44:51
Chemicals should not ride the bus
Sandra Reedy
44:58
bus driver
Heather Gilbert
45:05
The teacher should not have allowed those materials to be used.
Sandra Mitchell
45:19
should have been confiscated under "weapons" policy
Kristin Brubaker
46:53
I wonder what year this case was from (approx.).
Barry Tant
47:31
Everything has to be explained
Stephen Fitton
47:44
Good point. I don't think you can mail order flash powder anymore.
Desiree Floyd
48:09
Just a heads up, stump remover contains nitrates, and I had a student want to use it for a project.
Paula Mangus
48:55
Solution: Don't have them do these projects at home.
Catherine McLaughlin
49:18
Project approval is key
Charles Hughes
49:38
School-mandated science fair projects??
Christopher Elder
49:41
documentation is key
Julie Haddix
49:45
Send home specific guidelines on a sheet parent has to sign and return (they keep a copy, a copy comes back)
Sandra Reedy
49:47
document your safety procedures/training of students
Eliese Zawacki
49:47
how can the duty teacher be held in responsible? with the 200+ kids massing out and not being "that" kids teacher they may not know
Christopher McKinney
49:53
have chemical list submitted and approved by classroom teacher.
Lisa Crouch
50:17
I usually have parent and student signature before giving projects to complete at home.
Christopher McKinney
50:26
have locations when lab are to be preformed documented.
Kathryn Thomas
50:30
Reviewing this year even more important since we have been in COVID protocol.
Sandra Mitchell
50:57
How do we anticipate what students might "add" to the experiment at home that we never anticipated they would do? They are very creative sometimes
Ginger Frogel
51:23
What happens if a chemical is swallowed?
Keith Congdon
51:39
Do we have a level of responsibility for COVID mitigation? If our division does not follow "recommendations" of state or CDC, do we have any responsibility to encourage mask-wearing/distancing/etc. where it is not required?
Matthew Chapman
51:55
Fallow policy?
Lorna Anzelone
52:31
Students can video tape their projects at home.
Stephanie McClain
52:51
love the video at home idea!
Kate Richardson
55:36
Are there any case studies you can share (suggestions on what to look out for) for field labs/activities? I do lots of investigations outside. I am leary that my school doesn
Anne Mooring
55:46
Make sure written lab procedure includes a section about specific safety issues at the beginnning
Kate Richardson
55:49
does not take outdoor labs seriously sometimes.
Mary Ortiz
56:40
Will these slides be available for us to share with teachers who do not attend?
Anne Petersen
57:19
Yes, they will as well as a recording.
Stephanie McClain
58:51
Flinn catalog has awesome information about chemical safety in the back of the catalog
Anne Mooring
01:00:42
Also for lab. How will you safely dispose of waste.
Jennifer Sanford
01:03:06
I need to find my district’s Chemical Hygiene Plan
Amy Compton
01:03:09
chemical hygiene plan
George Parker
01:03:13
Our chemical hygiene plan
anne beasley
01:03:14
If our school has a lot of old chemical that we no longer use, how do we dispose of them?
Lorna Anzelone
01:03:15
Can I clean goggles with the google cabinet and not bleach water???
Kathryn Thomas
01:03:20
Goggle maintenance
Susan Stephens
01:03:22
Hygiene plan
Julie Haddix
01:03:22
What activities will be done in 5th grade science that I need to check?
William Johnson
01:03:24
Get a chemical hygiene plan in place.
George Parker
01:03:25
Establishing safety procedures that are posted
Bridgett Wilson
01:03:26
Reading the chemical hygiene plan
Reba Kindle
01:03:30
chemical plan
Taylor Parrott
01:03:31
Chemical Hygiene Plan
Jess Meyer
01:03:31
My school's chemical hygiene plan and googles/safety devices available.
Allison Kubat
01:03:35
I am in a new school this year so just find were our chemical supplies are located and the safety protocols set in place
Desiree Floyd
01:03:36
I do a lab where kids light birthday candles and place them to burn on a piece of aluminum foil. It's always made me kind of cringe. I'm going to think about changing it.
Rebecca Beale
01:03:46
finding the chemical hygiene plan
Mary Ortiz
01:03:48
I am the CHO at my school but I do not have POs for the old chemicals on file - will check on that
Carolene Lewis
01:03:52
chemical plan
Julie McGill
01:03:53
chemical plan
Dorinda Cox
01:03:54
Do my goggle cabinets function properly?
Linda Marie Farringer
01:03:55
Ensuring our elementary schools/classrooms are equipped with googles and other appropriate equipment.
Christopher Elder
01:04:00
goggle hygiene
Kala Davis
01:04:30
keeping stuff clean and checking on chemical hygiene plan
Shonna McGuire
01:04:36
keeping everything cleaned and keeping elementary students apart
Ginger Frogel
01:04:41
Chemical Hygiene Plan and finding goggles
Anne Straume
01:05:19
Making sure the elementary classrooms have necessary equipment.
Heather Gilbert
01:05:34
Keeping everything clean and sanitized.
Lorna Anzelone
01:06:22
I bought large paint buckets and then smaller ones. Our BOS drilled holes in the larger bucket for the bleach water.
Kirsten Dexter
01:11:28
OSHA not impact number of students in alab?
Stephanie McClain
01:12:57
Thank you for your resource list - I am glad you plan on adding Flinn - Flinn was so helpful to me when I was starting out especially when in small rural schools without resource folks
Barry Tant
01:13:15
Do we need MSDS sheets for everything
Kirsten Dexter
01:13:22
yes
Kirsten Dexter
01:13:34
should be in the room where lab happening and in the front office
Reba Kindle
01:13:36
Thank you for the information!
Linda Marie Farringer
01:14:29
Thank you for this session! It was very helpful & informative.
Julie McGill
01:14:38
Yes, thank you
Sandra Reedy
01:14:55
Thank you
Kala Davis
01:14:58
thank you for your help today
Pamela Dillman
01:15:03
Thank you for the information! Lots of things to consider.
Kathryn Thomas
01:15:08
Thank you for this seminar. It was helpful!
Jennifer Patterson
01:15:10
Thank you!
Myra Thayer - VDOE
01:15:13
https://forms.gle/NqZS5ucj2bLfiPuC8
Linda Marie Farringer
01:15:14
Can you please remind us when future sessions will occur (if there are more)?
Christopher McKinney
01:15:15
may the person making the certificates not get hand cramps
Lisa Crouch
01:15:15
Thank you
Carolene Lewis
01:15:17
Thank you
Ginger Frogel
01:15:17
Thank you for your help! I feel confident doing labs now thank you
Sherry Kilgore
01:15:24
Thank you!
Linda Marie Farringer
01:15:31
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Caryn Diiorio
01:15:42
link is not working
Jess Meyer
01:15:43
I don't see the link!
Marjorie Thrash
01:15:44
It says it’s no longer accepting responses
Ginger Frogel
01:15:46
It says it is no longer accepting responses
Olivia Dofflemyer
01:15:46
the link doesn't work
Christopher Elder
01:15:49
thank you
Jennifer Donahue
01:15:50
the form is closed
Reba Kindle
01:15:54
Are there a specific type of goggles for small children?
Kendrea Hensley
01:15:54
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Jennifer Oaks
01:15:55
Thanks so much
Lorna Anzelone
01:15:56
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Kerry Vara
01:15:57
same ehre. It is not opne to respond
Anne Mooring
01:15:57
the form is closed
Stephen Fitton
01:15:58
The form crashed
Ann Thompson Bell
01:15:59
I'm not seeing the link
Pamela Dillman
01:15:59
The link is not accepting
Stephanie McClain
01:15:59
the form does not appear to be working
Pamela Bossdorf
01:15:59
the link no longer works
Timmy Meador
01:16:00
Form says "The form Safety Webinar Exit Ticket is no longer accepting responses.Try contacting the owner of the form if you think this is a mistake."
Kristi Shifflett
01:16:01
The link is not accepting responses
anne beasley
01:16:02
link is closed
Karen Riordan
01:16:04
The exit ticket says: The form Safety Webinar Exit Ticket is no longer accepting responses.Try contacting the owner of the form if you think this is a mistake.
Jordan Evans
01:16:06
the link is not working
Kathryn Thomas
01:16:09
The link has expired
Paula Mangus
01:16:10
don't see the link
Makenzie Sheets
01:16:11
Where is the form?
Sabrina Gilbert
01:16:13
The form survey is not open yet.
Marjorie Thrash
01:16:14
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Kimberly Stanley
01:16:18
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Julie McGill
01:16:23
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Sue Davies
01:16:23
Please send a new link
Donna Cantrell
01:16:27
Survey doesn't work.
Timmy Meador
01:16:33
Fixed now! Thanks!
Anne Petersen
01:16:33
Should be working now https://forms.gle/CdCh59fwj8r4iTYS8
Crystal Stanley
01:16:38
The form is not accepting responses.
Lynette Sanford
01:17:17
Can you repost it
Meredith Casey
01:17:20
yes
Allison Jerrell
01:17:21
it is working
anne beasley
01:17:21
yes
Anne Petersen
01:17:22
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Kathleen Frazier
01:17:22
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Timmy Meador
01:17:22
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Elizabeth Heishman
01:17:23
It is now
Kristi Shifflett
01:17:24
Yes!
Katrina Glenn
01:17:24
its working
Stephanie McClain
01:17:25
Got it thanks
Chloe Hayes
01:17:25
Yes!
Andrea Garrett
01:17:26
working
Sabrina Gilbert
01:17:27
It is now
Pamela Bossdorf
01:17:28
yes
wmhs_teacher
01:17:28
yes
Sabrina Gilbert
01:17:32
Thank you!
Danielle Sansalone
01:17:56
Don't see link.
Anne Petersen
01:18:05
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Lorna Anzelone
01:18:05
Thank you!!
Mark Hough
01:18:14
Could you repeat the location of the link, I haven't seen it yet?
Sabrina Gilbert
01:18:14
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Kristi Shifflett
01:18:14
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Samantha Taylor
01:18:31
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01:18:38
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Sabrina Gilbert
01:19:08
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Danielle Sansalone
01:19:17
Thank you!
Kala Davis
01:19:22
thanks
Allison Jerrell
01:19:27
Thank you!
Kirsten Dexter
01:19:30
thank you
Hillary Stewart
01:19:30
Thank you!!!!!
Kathleen Frazier
01:19:31
Thank you!
Christie Frey
01:19:32
thanks!
Tammy Schwab
01:19:33
Thank you!
Bridgett Wilson
01:19:34
Thank you!
Cynthia Hayes
01:19:37
thank you
Sandra Mitchell
01:19:40
Thank you for such practical info!
Barry Tant
01:19:44
Thank you so much
Pamela Bossdorf
01:19:48
will you be sharing this presentation?
Gregory MacD VDOE
01:20:12
Presentation will be shared
Claire Ryan
01:20:16
Thank you! Have a great week!
Pamela Bossdorf
01:20:21
thank you!
Kathryn Thomas
01:20:34
Thanks
Susan Stephens
01:20:50
Thank you
Stephanie McClain
01:21:01
thank you so much!
Bevan Vanderhill
01:21:03
Could you please say again how we get our completion certificate?
Stephen Fitton
01:21:21
Ether I presume?
Anne Petersen
01:21:53
The certificate will be emailed to you
Gregory MacD VDOE
01:21:53
The certificate will be sent to you later today after you complete the survey
Jennifer Miller
01:23:31
Thank you!
Reba Kindle
01:23:47
Great information!
anne beasley
01:23:50
Thank you so much for this training
Dorinda Cox
01:24:00
Thank-you!
Tarrah Caldwell
01:25:18
you will be sending this zoom out? when will you be doing this?
Anne Petersen
01:25:39
The survey is only available through the link below. It will not be emailed to you.
Anne Petersen
01:25:41
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Tarrah Caldwell
01:27:44
will you be sending out the recording? when will you do that? I'm driving and want to rewatch to make sure I got the information.
Gregory MacD VDOE
01:28:58
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Christopher McKinney
01:29:05
thank you
Linda Marie Farringer
01:29:12
Excellent! Thank you so much!
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01:29:22
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