Your hands may be in danger if you:
- Use machinery and tools with moving or cutting parts.
- Use corrosive chemicals.
- Work with very hot or cold substances.
- Work with electrical hazards.
- Do work that involves repetitive motion, as in assembly line work, painting or keyboarding.
- Be alert to hand hazards before an accident can happen.
- Use push-sticks, guards, shields and other safety devices designed for your equipment.
- Use brushes, not hands, to wipe away debris.
- Inspect equipment and machinery to make sure its in good operating condition.
- Disconnect power before repairing or cleaning machinery.
- Use the right personal protective equipment such as gloves, guards, or barrier creams.
- Be sure your gloves are the right type and size for your job.
- To avoid overuse problems, use tools designed to keep wrists straight.
- Never wear rings, jewelry, or loose clothing when using machinery.
Never take shortcuts with safety procedures.
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