GHS CLP Hazard symbols:
No need to panic. Find out all you need to know in our newly updated guide: GL101.
! WANTED - CLEAPSS Assistant Office Manager !
We are looking to appoint an Assistant Office Manager to work here at our HQ on Brunel Univeristy Science Park. See here for more info.
!!! New Guide L93 !!!
We have updated and improved our guide to the safe use of radioactive sources in school.
L93 Managing Ionising radiations and radioactive substances.
Click here to see the latest version, please replace any previous versions of L93 with this one.
!!! New Hazcards 61 & 62 !!!
Due to new information and data we have updated the Mercury & Cadmium Hazcards (61 & 62). Click here to download the new versions.
CLEAPSS - 4 Day Biology Cluster of Courses - June 2013 - Book Now !!!
There will be 4 full-day courses and a Twilight course at CLEAPSS from 10th – 13th June.
The courses are for both teachers and technicians and cover the main aspects of H&S, as well as getting Biology and Microbiology practicals to work. For more information please see the flyer here.
We are aware of safety issues with a demonstration involving a reaction between Silver nitrate and Magnesium powder. If you are considering carrying out such a demonstration, please contact CLEAPSS.
Becoming an Academy? Worried about your CLEAPSS membership? Read our advice about how to make sure you continue to have access to CLEAPSS guidance and resources - click here.
What's New - Want to keep up to date with all new and updated documents we have on the website? Then view the What's New section.
CLEAPSS on YouTube Want to be able to view the CLEAPSS YouTube Channel in school - but its blocked ?
Send this link www.youtube.com/schools to your IT manager. Schools can now select which YouTube Channel pupils can access in school - get your IT manager to add CLEAPSS to the list!
To view the CLEAPSS YouTube account follow this link
PRIMARY SCIENCE COMPETITION 2013
(See here for the 2013 competition details)
"FALLING SEEDS AND BISCUITS"
We hope that your classes are all enjoying preparing devices to slow down the fall of "seeds" (cleverly disguised as digestive biscuits).
The bright, and maybe dry, summer days might be an ideal opportunity to test out your pupil's inventions.
The CLEAPSS device (see picture) only increased the distance that the biscuit could fall without breaking by 7 cm.
We are sure that your schools' inventions can do better than CLEAPSS....
Don't forget to tell us how you got on, for the entry formuse the link above.
More details are in the PST 55.
You could win a prize, donated by Gratnell's !!!!!!!.
Have you got a picture of your CLEAPSS mug in an exotic location? Why not e-mail it to CLEAPSS
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