If you work more than 6 feet above a lower level, you are required by OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) to use a personal fall arrest system and safety harness (PFAS).
Preventative fire safety measures that can safeguard homes from fire are of paramount importance to homeowners. Faulty wires or improperly connected smoke detectors are dangerous for families and can lead to costly repairs. In fact, HomeAdvisor estimates that an average fire is responsible for $4,000 in damage, factoring in water and soot removal and […]
Whether a right- or left-blade saw, worm drive or sidewinder style, circular saws are often used close to a user’s hands and body.
Following safety tips for nail gun users will help you minimize the risk. And manufacturers of nail guns continue to improve safety with the latest introductions.
Following these safety tips for table saw users will help you minimize the risk.
Grinding or cutting with an angle grinder presents some distinct dangers not found with other power tools. Follow these must-know angle grinder safety tips to minimize your risk .
Make sure you get the safety improvements when upgrading miter saws. And always look through the manual for recommended safety tips for miter saws.
Injuries from chainsaws require the most stitches of any power tool and are known for being particularly gruesome.
All employers are required to file OSHA Form 300 when an employee is killed on the job or suffers a work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye.