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General Safety Rules - Part 3 & 4

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Table Saw: Use the saw ____ whenever possible.
guard
Table Saw: If a standard guard can't be used, use other safety devices such as feather board, __________, jig, fixture or holding device
push stick
Table Saw: Always stand to one ____, never directlybehind the saw blade.
side
Table Saw: When the piece is narrow, use a ______ to complete the cut.
push-stick
Table Saw: Never ______ over the saw to pick up a piece ofstock, even with the guard in place. Walk around.
reach
Table Saw: Always disconnect power to the saw when _______ the blade.
changing
Table Saw: The _______ is used to keep the saw kerf open.
splitter
Table Saw: Using the splitter to keep the saw kerf open could help prevent _______.
kick back
Table Saw: Always _________ special set-ups and any waste stock, and leave the machine in normal operating condition.
remove
Table Saw: Adjust teh blade so that it clears to top of the stock by _____inch.
1/8
Table Saw: Never attempt ________ cuts on the table saw. Always use a fence or miter guage.
freehand
Table Saw: Keep work tight against the _______.
fence
Table Saw: Push the work all the waypast the ____________.
blade
Table Saw: Remove the fence when doing _______ work.
cut-off
Table Saw: _______ the blade when finished working.
lower
Table Saw: Never feed work into the blade from the ______ of the machine.
left
Table Saw: Never release control of the stock between the ______________.
fence and the blade
Procedural Rules: Gelt help if the work is _____________________, but never pull material through from behind the saw.
too long or too big
Procedural Rules: Keep your work between _____________, except when using the miter guard.
the fence and the blade
Band Saw: Set teh guide blocks ___ inch above the work
1/4
Band Saw: Stand in _____ of the machine while using it or watching someone. Do not stand on the right side.
front
Band Saw: Make release cuts to sharp _______.
curves
Band Saw: Turn the machine off before backing the blade out of ________ cuts.
long
Band Saw/Jig Saw: Never have your hand in line with the _________.
blade
Sliding Compound Miter Saw: Never opperate without all ______ in place.
guards
Sliding Compound Miter Saw: Keep ____ out of teh cutting path of the blade.
hands
Sliding Compound Miter Saw: Never __________ around the blade.
reach
Sliding Compound Miter Saw: Cut on the ________ not on the pull stroke.
back stroke
Vertical Panel Saw: Never leave the machine _________ unatended.
running
Vertical Panel Saw: Remove _____________________________ from this area before starting the machine.
loose items and unnecessary work pieces
Vertical Panel Saw: Use common sence; keep hands ________ from and out from under the saw carriage at all times.
away
Vertical Panel Saw: When the machine is not in use, keep the saw carriage locking knob securely ________.
tightened