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Subject: [DCHAS-L] NSTA Safety Blog: The Safety Component in Lab Renovations and New Construction
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2018 07:38:59 -0400
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The Safety Component in Lab Renovations and New Construction

As states continue to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards and STEM curricula programs, science teachers will be asked to engage students in a way that requires specific lab facilities. The demands of three-dimensional teaching could mean that you will need to renovate your existing lab, or construct new facilities. Science teachers and their supervisors must work with administrators to ensure that the facilities meet the needs of current teaching and learning, future curriculum endeavors, and safety concerns.

The following list summarizes the phases of lab construction/renovation and discusses the role of the staff in the construction process.

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