Safety in Secondary Schools

K-12 educators can receive a $350 scholarship (more than half the tuition) for this course. Apply here.

This one-day professional development seminar helps school teachers and administrators with the most critical safety and legal issues facing high school and middle school science laboratories. The curriculum was designed by Jim Kaufman, Ph.D., who began his career as a high school chemistry teacher. After working in the chemical industry, he observed that many companies have a more developed safety program than many high schools, and he wanted to try to change that.




Registrants Receive:

  • Completion certificate
  • Course notebook (A PDF is included free with every course. If you would like a printed notebook, be sure to add that option below.)
  • Assessment test for additional fee if needed for PD credit
  • 0.7 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s)
  • Graduate credit eligibility
  • ABIH CM Points eligibility
  • 30% off LSI items and 15% off non-LSI items at for 7 days after course

Topics: Accidents, Biological and Animal Hazards, Chemical Handling, Chemical Storage, Disposal of Chemicals, Electrical Safety, Eye and Face Protection, Legal Aspects, Planning for Emergencies, Planning Your Safety Program, Safety Information Resources, Scope of the Problem, Teacher/ Student Involvement, Three C’s of Safety, Your Most Serious Problem


Lodging, transportation and meals not included in tuition for in-person courses.
To pay by purchase order, select "invoice" as the payment option.
When registering more than one person please make sure to include all the names and email addresses at check-out.
Cancellation Policy

K-12 Teachers can get a $350 scholarship to this course


Event Date
Safety in Secondary School Science Labs 8/15/24
  • August 15, 2024 9:00 am EDT


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Discount Policy: Discounts may not be combined.

For additional information, please contact Ana Adams at 800-647-1977