Wearing safety goggles is a requirement for many science activities, especially those involving chemicals. Providing students with clean, comfortable, well-fitting safety goggles that are appropriate for the activity is essential to maintaining student safety.
This post provides an introduction to purchasing and maintaining appropriate safety goggles for your students.
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