Ms. Maria Posted May 26 Report Share Posted May 26 (edited) Hello I am a Visual Arts Teacher and I have a question about a new electric kiln I that was placed in my classroom and where it is in proximity to my students, how close and easily accessible it is to students. My classroom is new and an electric kiln has been placed in the corner of the room, no walls or locked door to keep the students away from the kiln. I was told there is an emergency shut off switch, that is all and to fire only at night or "off hours" and the cone size matters. Not sure but I am feeling uneasy about this and would like some advise please. There are no walls to separate the electric kiln from the students. Thoughts and advise please? Edited May 26 by Ms. Maria Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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