Make Workshop Safety Your Number One Priority
Safety is a frame of mind, and should be an important part of everything we use or do. You can have an accident when driving, trip when climbing stairs, fall when pruning a tree, or slip in the tub. We are surrounded by potential hazards.
The people who don’t become victims are those who accept the possibilities and prepare for them. Woodworking safety requires good common sense.
Some woodworkers have been known to neglect to use guards and will ignore correct procedures, feeling that they are knowledgeable enough to be immune. Accident statistics are comprised of these people, and it is interesting to note that included are more professionals than amateurs. Safe woodworking is not a matter of experience or expertise, or the sophistication of the tool you are using. Safety rules should be studied and followed, not ignored.
Shopsmith Safety Catalog
The Shopsmith Safety Kit gives you positive control over the workpiece and provides an extra cushion of safety between you and the blade or cutter
EuroGuard delivers fast, hassle-free tool changeovers, improved dust collection efficiency and added workshop safety.
This flip-up face shield keeps flying debris out of your eyes and face.