I have an ABC fire extinguisher just inside the door. I keep 3.8L glass bottles of developer etc. on the floor under the sink, and lift them only ever with dry hands into the sink, where their contents are poured out. I do have lots of towels around for getting hands dry before picking up any glass ware. I work in a right height for me darkroom sink, which limits the distance to drop. I have bumped 1L glass bottles off the shelf above the sink into the empty sink, and had one crack a rib of the 1x1 spruce duck boards, and the bottle was fine.
I routinely pull on a full face cartridge filter mask, and a full face shield if mixing toners from powders. I have more than one pair of green tough rubber gloves hanging beside sink, and lab coats at hand. (Mixing selenium is one such activity that I only do outside with all of this on.)
I have a air exhaust that is at one end of the sink. I put a board across the sink, and try to weigh all powders with the scale there, near the air exhaust when weighing powders and needles like hq.
I recently stumbled upon a granular chem lab detergent as part of a lot of chems gifted to me that cleans glassware very well, and is not slippery like regular kitchen sink detergent.
It is called Extran MN01 Powder, by Merck. It is used at a 2g/l rate for regular cleaning, and 10g/l for heavy cleaning.
Wear gloves; it takes all oils from skin easily as well. I have about half a bin that was sold new with 1.8kg in it, so I likely have a lifetime supply.
Now just about 300 other chems to figure a use for from this gift lot.