Power tools are dangerous in careless hands, so stay mindful of these safety guides.

Must-have safety kit

  • Safety boots or shoes with non-slip soles
  • Protective gloves for handling rough wood, metal, etc, and rubber gloves for handling toxic materials
  • Dust mask or respirator for dust and other potentially airway- and lung-irritating materials, including insulation or anything with fumes such as paint and glues
  • First aid kit
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Goggles or safety glasses
  • Earplugs or earmuffs

Avoid accidents in the workshop

  • Keep it tidy – you won’t trip, slip, stumble or drop things.
  • Keep your work area, garage or workshop well ventilated. You won’t inhale fumes, sawdust and other irritants.
  • Keep tools sharp, store them in a clean, dry place.
  • Leave power tools unplugged when not in use.
  • Ensure that your clothing doesn’t get in the way of your work: button up jackets and shirts, roll up your sleeves, etc.

How to store chemicals in your workshop

  • Store them on a high shelf or in a locked cabinet, out of reach of children and pets
  • Make sure they are clearly labelled
  • Keep them away from open flames
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