➊ Carry your Chromebook with two hands on the sides of the keyboard.
The most frequent Chromebook damage is a broken screen. The most common cause is picking up the device by the screen. The screen can flex and crack with too much pressure.
❷ Position your Chromebook safely on your desk. Close the lid when not in use.
A Chromebook hanging off the edge of a desk is more likely to drop than one placed safely in the center. Prevent additional accidents by closing the screen lid when not in use.
❸ The floor is a dangerous spot for your Chromebook. Keep it in a safer place.
It’s common for students to put books on the floor in the classroom or hallway by their lockers. Technology breaks when it is stepped on; find a safe place to set your devices.