The fretsaw seen below, is being used safely and correctly.
The users full concentration is on the cutting of the material.
The guard is in the correct position and in good working order.
He is wearing goggles to protect his eyes, in the event of debris / waste material flying out of the machine.
The user is wearing a suitable work / dust coat. An workshop apron is also suitable.
He is wearing leather shoes, in this case, safety shoes to protect his feet.
The foot switch is in full working order and the fretsaw user is ready to use it, if required.
The machine has a working dust extractor, that takes away dust floating in the air and around the cutting blade.
The small ‘blower’ is directed at the cutting area. This blows dust away from the blade, allowing the user to have a clear view of the material he is cutting.
The on/off switch at the top of the machine is in an ideal, prominent position for use.
The fretsaw user is not wearing jewellery (no rings).
The user fully understands the teacher instructions and follows them diligently.