Toolcrib recommends wearing gloves while moving wood and materials into the workshop but when it comes time to use heavy machinery you must remove your gloves.OSHA concurs “Use gloves to protect hands from splinters when handling wood but do not wear them near rotating blades and other machinery parts where the gloves can catch.” A commenter added “wear gloves when the tool is taken to the work; do not wear them when the work is taken to the tool.” Some good tips to live/work by.
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