What To Use When An Electric Component Falls Into Water by Evan Avila
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Never handle electrical equipment with wet hands, or while standing in a wet or damp space.
This is some safety equipment that is good for this emergency: a fire extinguisher, a fire alarm and a telephone.
And for additional help so you do not get shocked you can go to the the emergency electricity shut off.
Always conduct yourself in a responsible manner at all times in the science room. Horseplay, practical jokes and pranks will not be tolerated
Report any accident (fire, spill, breakage, etc.) injury (cut, burn, etc.) or hazardous condition (broken equipment, etc.) to the teacher immediately.
I hope you remember this in a real emergency, bye.
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