Flat (electrical) screwdriver 3mm.
Philips #0 or Philips #1
A pack of jewellers screwdrivers has these sizes.
Magnetic bit holders with an assortment of bits are useful. Or a tiny piece of BluTak moulded onto tip is useful when removing/replacing screws in recesses.
CD/DVD marker pen (fine). Mark cables and connectors as you take them apart.
Take static precautions frequently. Especially if you move around over a carpet.
I stick a screwdriver into the earth of a socket. Or touch water pipe/radiator bare metal (lick finger)
Not through paint, its an insulator.
Good lighting/workarea/torch/magnifying glass.
Use fingers and nails or flat metal when prising plastic pieces apart. Screwdriver will chew the plastic.
Download the maintenance service manual guide beforehand. And look for YouTube videos for your model or general ones.
Google "how to replace laptop screen"
Print out if no second computer to see while laptop in bits.
I usually squeeze a blob or 4 of superglue onto a piece of scrap paper and dip the screws in and get the tiniest amount of glue possible on the end of the screw when reassembling.
Use the magnet bit or screwdriver + BluTak when doing this.
I don't have nice red, green or blue Threadlock.
It doesn't lock the screws in permanently, just helps them stop coming loose inside.
I think that's all except good luck and take your time.