Chemical Burns (cont.)
Chemical Burns Prevention
- Secure all chemicals, in and out of the home, in locked cabinets or out of the reach of children.
- People should always follow directions and safety precautions on the label provided by the manufacturer
when using any chemicals.
- Wear safety gloves clothing and eye protection
when using most chemicals, and remember - safety first!
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