Hand and Power Tool Safety for Construction
The risks associated with hand and power tools range from minor injuries, including bruises and small cuts, to major injuries, such as electrocution and limb amputation. Some injuries can even lead to death! For this reason, it’s important that you understand the risks associated with hand and power tools and what you can do to protect yourself from injury. Even if you don't use hand and power tools directly, if you supervise others that use them, you need to understand the risks and precautions associated with them.
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2. General Hazards and Precautions
3. Specific Hand Tools
4. Power Tools
- Identify the hazards associated with hand and power tools.
- Describe precautions for using hand and power tools.
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