Battery-Powered Tools Provide Greater Safety on the Job
While battery-powered tools increase productivity on the job site, even cordless power tools can be dangerous if all safety precautions are not followed carefully.
Using Stationary Masonry Saws Safely for Construction Work
Stationary masonry saws are useful tools to have on the job site, but can be dangerous if safety precautions are not taken seriously.
Important Safety Precautions All Welders Should Know About
Implementing proper safety measures protects not just the welders but also anyone within the proximity of the work space.
Best Practices to Remember When Using Electrical Tools
Because electrical tools are so commonly used, it's important to review required safety guidance and best practices to consider when using tools on the job.
The Use, Care and Safety of Handheld Portable Grinders
Handheld portable grinders are versatile tools but there are many safety precautions to consider and hazards to understand before using these power tools.
Important Safety Precautions of Construction Walk-Behind Saws
The hazards of operating a walk-behind saw, guidance for transport, and the safety precautions to prevent the dangers of carbon monoxide and silica dust.
Safety for Jackhammers and Handheld Powered Chipping Tools
If safety precautions are not taken seriously, jackhammers and handheld powered chipping tools can be dangerous. Jackhammer operators must be trained.
Power Tools Get the Job Done But Need to Be Used Safely
Electrical tools can pose significant hazards. Workers should be trained on the safe handling and care of the power tools they will be using on the job.
Risks When Using a Chainsaw and Top Safety Precautions
While chainsaws are efficient and productive power tools, they can also be dangerous if not used correctly and with care by trained and experienced operators.