How To: Keep Children Safe Around Power Tools
Posted by Mark Hunter - March 03, 2011
I noticed this article over on our friends Tools In Action's website; "5 Steps to Keep Children Safe Around Power Tools".
"The first step in teaching power tool safety to children is to practice what you preach. If you say wearing eye protection is important but you donít wear safety goggles yourself, you are sending a powerful-and dangerous-message to your child. Both of you should put on your eye protection, ear protection, and closed-toe shoes. Both of you should roll up your sleeves, keep clothing tight to your bodies, and tie back long hair. Lead by example, and follow the rules you set for your child."
Read the rest of the article for 5 great tips for being safe with your little 'uns. Oh, and your children too.
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