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Power Tool Safety

  • Before you use a power tool, take a minute to look it over for problems that might make it unsafe.
  • Always wear proper safety attire, such as safety goggles or a face shield.
  • Remove rings and other jewelry.
  • Don't wear loose fitting clothing.
  • If you have long hair, tie it back.
  • Only use a power tool for the job it was engineered to do.
  • Never remove safety guards. They are there for your protection.
  • Make sure safety guards are in working order.
  • Clear your workspace of any clutter.
  • Disconnect it immediately when done, and store in a safe place.
  • Do not wrap the electrical cord around the tool when storing. This can weaken or break the cord and possibly cause an electrical hazard.



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