On the importance of safety in the shop

These guys are doing something inherently unsafe, they really need to be wearing proper safety glasses.

Dude, put your safety glasses on before picking up a power tool!

Dude, put your safety glasses on before picking up a power tool!

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5 thoughts on “On the importance of safety in the shop

  1. theindigowoodworker

    I turned around just in time to watch a friend saw his finger off with the band saw in HS shop class. I’ve taken safety very seriously ever since. So far I still have all my fingers and HS was a really long time ago.

    • This blog post notwithstanding, I agree and take safety very seriously. I’ve had a couple of minor accidents over the years, luckily nothing too serious although enough to drive home the real importance of safety.

  2. And the sawhorse guy isn’t wearing hearing protection too!

  3. I know, right? Just plain dangerous!

  4. gives a new meaning to ‘plumber’s crack’.

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