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The protection for hearing most importing thing is to cut the wood properly. Think a twice before you cut. Your mind is the most powerful tool, so use it while cutting. This will not only save you from losses due to incorrect cuts, but will also save your fingers from any injury.

The average push lawn mower is dangerous in its own right. Objects can be kicked up by the blades and hit the operator in the face. If the blades jam, careless operators try to clear the jam with their fingers, sometimes without turning off the mower...and bang go a couple of fingers. Therefore it's always a good idea to wear eye and ear defenders, and always use a tool to clear out jammed grass or leaves.

If you are someone who has to work in a noisy environment, you might want to wear some form of hearing protection. It is imperative that you wear it whenever you are using any power tools, firearms, noisy yard equipment or riding on a snowmobile or motorcycle. There are two forms of hearing protection: earmuffs and earplugs.

Woodworking is a potentially dangerous hobby. Most hand tools are very sharp, and power tools can cause serious injury, even death, when used improperly. By developing some good habits based on common sense rules, you can work safely in the wood shop. There are a few golden tools safety hearing rules that every woodworker should always follow.

Make sure you work in a well-lit area, well ventilated and clear of any obstructions too. If you have long hair, tie it back. Wearing tighter fitting clothing is also a good idea. Always remember to use your goggles and earplugs. Keep extra eye and ear protection around for visitor's.

While you may be a professional (or a very skilled amateur), always read the instructions as soon as you purchase a new tool. A tool, similarly, should never be active and left unattended, and children and pets should always be kept out of the area. If possible, always use a vise or clamp to keep at least one hand free.

Operate the chainsaw with a sharp blade rather than a blunt one. A blunt blade will cause wear and tear on the motor and cause you to use more force than necessary when cutting and this can be dangerous - and tiring.

Posted Sep 04, 2015 at 1:05am



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