Posts Tagged: safety

The “I have survived dangerously inclement weather in the name of science” badge

In which the recipient has experience extreme weather hazards, all in the attempt to get data for science.

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The “I have survived dangerously inclement weather in the name of science” badge

In which the recipient has experience extreme weather hazards, all in the attempt to get data for science.

The “I can say ‘Danger: High Voltage!’ (or something to that effect) in more than one language” badge.

Basically for those forced to learn a new language in their pursuit of science. (M)

The “I can say ‘Danger: High Voltage!’ (or something to that effect) in more than one language” badge.

Basically for those forced to learn a new language in their pursuit of science. (M)

The “emergency evacuation due to science” badge.

Sort of self explanatory – should be a good story or two here… (DL).

The “emergency evacuation due to science” badge.

Sort of self explanatory – should be a good story or two here… (DL).

The “I’ve had to use the safety shower in my lab” badge.

Photographs accompanying this badge should be worth at least a free drink or two.

The “I’ve had to use the safety shower in my lab” badge.

Photographs accompanying this badge should be worth at least a free drink or two.

The “works with acids” badge.

In which the recipient has worked with acids. (L)

The “works with acids” badge.

In which the recipient has worked with acids. (L)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL IV).

In which the recipient has set fire to his or herself while performing experiments in the name of science. Cooking or drinking accidents do not qualify one for this badge. (JM)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL IV).

In which the recipient has set fire to his or herself while performing experiments in the name of science. Cooking or drinking accidents do not qualify one for this badge. (JM)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL III).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all thermodynamic principles at play. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL III).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all thermodynamic principles at play. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL II).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all combustion principles at play. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL II).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all combustion principles at play. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL I).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, all in the name of general scientific curiosity. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL I).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, all in the name of general scientific curiosity. (AB)

The “works with very large and potentially dangerous organisms” badge.

In which recipient conducts hazardous research on very large creatures. (MH)

The “works with very large and potentially dangerous organisms” badge.

In which recipient conducts hazardous research on very large creatures. (MH)

The “works with very small and potentially dangerous organisms” badge.

In which recipient conducts hazardous research on very small creatures.

The “works with very small and potentially dangerous organisms” badge.

In which recipient conducts hazardous research on very small creatures.

The “science has forced me to seek medical attention” badge

In which the recipient has had to pay a visit to the hospital as a result of scientific work. (MF)

The “science has forced me to seek medical attention” badge

In which the recipient has had to pay a visit to the hospital as a result of scientific work. (MF)

The “totally digs highly exothermic reactions” badge.

Might be best to keep an eye on such recipients. (JM)

The “totally digs highly exothermic reactions” badge.

Might be best to keep an eye on such recipients. (JM)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL III)

In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of himself/herself. (JL)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL III)

In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of himself/herself. (JL)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL II)

In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of a human. (SH)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL II)

In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of a human. (SH)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL I)

In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of an organism. (SH)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL I)

In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of an organism. (SH)

The “I’m pretty confident around an open flame” badge.

Recipients have demonstrated proficiency around open flames in laboratory settings.

The “I’m pretty confident around an open flame” badge.

Recipients have demonstrated proficiency around open flames in laboratory settings.