1. Do not force them, they will do the job better and more safely at the rate for which it was designed.
2. Use the right tool. Do not force a small tool or an attachment to do the job of a heavy duty tool.
3. Wear proper apparel. Loose clothing or jewellery will get caught in moving parts. Rubber gloves and footwear are recommended when working outdoors.
4. Use safety glasses with most tools, also a face or dust mask if the cutting operation is dusty.
5. Place lead clear of floor. Ensure its tagging bis current. Do not abuse cord. Never carry a tool by the cord or yank it to disconnect it from a receptacle. Protect the cord from heat, oil and sharp edges. Do not use electrical equipment in the wet.
6. Secure work. Use clamps or a vice to hold work. It is safer than using your hand and it frees both hands to operate the tool.
7. Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
8. Maintain tools with care. Keep tools sharp and clean at all times for best and safest performance. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
9. Disconnect tools when not in use, before servicing, or when changing accessories such as blades.
10. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form the habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool before turning it on.
11. Avoid accidental starting. Do not carry a plugged‑in tool with a finger on the switch. Be sure the switch is off when plugging in.
12. Outdoor use of extension cords. When a tool is used outdoors, use only extension cords suitable for use outdoors.
13. Do not operate portable electric tools in gaseous or explosive atmospheres. Motors in these tools normally spark and the sparks may ignite fumes.
14. Before using cords, inspect them for loose or exposed wires and damaged insulation. Make any needed repairs or replacement before using your power tool.