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A. Electrostatic Discharge(ESD)
1. Antistatic Wrist Strap-An antistatic wrist strap, ESD wrist strap, or ground bracelet is an antistatic device used to safely ground a person working on very sensitive electronic equipment, to prevent the buildup ofstatic electricity on their body, which can result in electrostatic discharge (ESD). It is used in the electronics industry by workers working on electronic devices which can be damaged by ESD, and also sometimes by people working around explosives, to prevent electric sparks which could set off an explosion.

2.Antistatic Mat-An antistatic floor mat or ground mat is one of a number of antistatic devices designed to help eliminate static electricity. It does this by having a controlled low resistance: a metal mat would keep parts grounded but would short out exposed parts; an insulating mat would provide no ground reference and so would not provide grounding.

3. Antistatic Bag- An antistatic bag is a bag used for shipping (usually electronic) components, which are prone to damage caused by electrostatic discharge. These bags are usually plastic polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and have a distinctive color (silvery for metallised film, pink or black forpolyethylene). The polyethylene variant may also take the form of foam or bubble wrap, either as sheets or bags. Because of the need for protection against mechanical damage as well as electrostatic damage, layers of protection are often used; because of this, a protected device can be packaged inside a metalized PET film bag, which is packed inside a pink polyethylene bubble-wrap bag, which is finally packed inside a rigid black polyethylene box lined with pink poly foam.

B. Hand Tools
1. Flat head screwdriver- a screwdriver designed to turn slotted screws

2. Flashlight- A flashlight (torch in British English) is a hand-held portable electric-powered light source. Usually the light source is a small incandescent light

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