6 Comments

  1. Walt Laich
    October 18, 2017 @ 8:30 am

    Wonderful you included hearing protection–a lot of folks seem not to realize the high decibels generated by power tools and the long term effects.

    good job

  2. Eric
    October 23, 2017 @ 5:30 am

    Husqvana chainsaws put a saftey tip on one of there chainsaws once that read “warning, do no stop chain with genitals”. Good safety tip right there.

  3. Kenneth
    November 4, 2017 @ 7:59 am

    Great checklist. I often see people forgetting about protecting their lungs when working with wood, some safty aspects seem underrated.

  4. Blake Dozier
    November 9, 2017 @ 5:59 am

    How long does it take for your table saw blade to stop spinning? Do you value your fingers/thumbs? Leave that piece of wood at the back of the blade until the blade has stopped. This can prevent cutting a slice from your left thumb requiring 17 stitches and you will not have to clean DNA samples from the ceiling and light fixtures. My thumb is fine now, just a little thinner. Wait that ten to twelve seconds to get that piece of wood. It ain’t going nowhere and then you will not have to hear you wife ask, “Why did you do that?!”

  5. Dr Dirt
    November 17, 2017 @ 1:55 pm

    Marc Adams made a great Safety video that he had out on DVD

  6. Marty E
    December 14, 2017 @ 4:38 am

    My goodness, these are seriously some critical woodworking safety tips that you have listed up there. I can’t stress enough about these safety tips esp. these – not letting anyone sneak into the woodshop when a power tool is running, test running em, and protecting against table-saw kick-backs. Your vids are not only informative but quite entertaining too. Keep up the good work, dude. I too have put together a post on woodworking safety tips on my blog that I launched lately.