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Roll up your sleeves! We don't want chemicals on shirts!
The difference between a hazard and precaution is...
Keep your work space neat! Things could get knocked over and cause spills!
Waft the smell of chemicals! Do NOT directly sniff them! We don't want chemicals in our body!
A hazard is something that is wrong and or can damage something or hurt someone.
Never eat or drink in the lab! Food could get into the liquids and mess up your experiment!
Don't wear baggy clothes! They can get in materials and liquids!
A precaution is something someone does safely or someone is being safe.
Put your hair up! We don't want hair in harsh chemicals!
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