The consequences of breaking safety procedure rules and the correct usage of it
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Mia should be wearing a lab coat because she can spill a dangerous substance on herself. Frankie will be fine because he is protecting himself with his lab coat.
You should be wearing a lab coat, Mia!
I don't need one, Frankie. I'll be fine.
Mia spilled an unknown substance on herself. Since she broke the safety procedure "you need to wear a lab coat during an experiment", the substance can hurt her.
Okay, Mia, would you like to pour unknown substance number 1? It's the red one.
Ahh! I spilled unknown substance number 1 on my dress. It hurts!
Mia and Frankie are following the safety procedure "you need to wear a lab coat during the experiment". They will be safe from any dangerous substances and chemicals.
Good job Mia! You are following the safety procedure "you need to wear a lab coat during an experiment", so you will be safe.
Thank you, Frankie. Lets start the experiment.
Mia spilled an unknown substance on herself. Since she followed a safety procedure and is prepared with a lab coat, the substance will not hurt Mia.
How about you pour unknown substance number 1, the red one.
Oh no!! I spilled unknown substance number 1 on myself! Wait... I'm fine. Thanks to my lab coat!!
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