2 Responsibilities of a Volunteer Leader Inspecting tools for safe conditions. Removing unsafe tools from use and immediately notifying site supervisor. Teaching safe tool use to volunteers on your crew. Inspecting for and enforcing safe use of tools on your crew.
3 Safe Tool Use Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment. All volunteers should have hard hats and safety glasses on at all times while on site. In addition: Provide dust masks (sanding, sweeping, insulating, etc.) Provide ear plugs (power tools, work in enclosed spaces) Provide knee pads, gloves, and any other safety equipment to increase comfort of crew members. Carry and use only those tools you need. Do not clutter work areas with unnecessary tools. The mess is a hazard, and someone else probably needs them anyway.
4 Safe Tool Use Do not allow the operation of tools without approval and supervision. Make sure all members of your crews are trained to use the tools they need. Remember: Everyone must get an orientation to all power saws before they use them, regardless of their personal experience. Allow volunteers time to learn and encourage them to practice. Make sure they are comfortable using tools after instruction. If they re not, switch tasks to something they are more comfortable doing.
5 Safe Tool Use Do not over-exert yourself or the tool. This can lead to slips and strains. Encourage volunteers to take breaks rather than overexerting or straining themselves. Place yourself in a good body position. Most hand tool accidents result from being struck by the tool or flying chips. Remember: One hand holds the tool, the other usually holds the target. Always protect the target. Use only sharp knives, blades and bits. Replace as necessary. Make sure volunteers are comfortable replacing bits and blades or coming to you when they need one replaced.
6 Inspecting Hand Tools Regularly inspect tools for broken or missing pieces. Inspect screws, nuts, bolts and moveable parts to make sure they are tightened. Check handles for cracks and splinters. Never use tape to fix a handle; it is a direct OSHA violation. Do not use damaged tools. Take the tool out of use and notify a staff supervisor. Ensure blades are sharp and secured properly. X Remember: Do not attempt to fix tools on site, even if it seems easy. OSHA has very specific rules around the documentation, repair, and testing of all tools. Take the broken tool out of use and immediately notify a supervisor so they can appropriately tag it.
7 Safe Power Tool Use Operate all power tools in compliance with manufacturer specifications. Keep work and especially cutting area free of small blocks of wood and sawdust to eliminate slip and fall hazards. Remember: Not everyone is comfortable with power tools. Teach and encourage, but do not pressure volunteers to use power tools. Remember: Volunteers under 18 Can use small power tools (drill, sander). Can not use power saws (circular, reciprocating, jig, miter, table) or exposed-bit cutting tools (router, roto-zip) When in doubt, check with a site supervisor. FAQ: Why drills but not routers and roto-zips? After all, the exposed bits pose the same potential safety hazard, right? A drill needs the trigger activated to be powered on, and stops quickly as soon as the trigger is released. But routers and roto-zips remain powered on and potentially dangerous until actively turned off.
8 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws PPE: Remember, anyone operating this or any power saw for more than 2 hours is required to wear ear protection. Setting up a cut station: Ensure cut station is at a comfortable height. Ensure cut station is sturdy, secure, and the surrounding area is free of trip hazards. Great setup, poor maintenance. Check in on your cut stations frequently and make sure scrap and cords aren t building up where volunteers need to work.
9 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws Setting up a cut station: Make sure both ends of the cut piece will fall away from the saw as cuts are made. Never cut between two saw horses, for example, so that the boards will fall in. This will bind the blade and kick the saw back toward the operator. Scrap will fall away from blade, opening space for it to work. Each piece will lean inwards as you cut, pinching the blade.
10 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws Make sure the cord is well out of the way of the cut. Make sure it (and the plug connection) won t catch on anything as you cut. Always check lumber for anything unsafe to cut (nails, staples, concrete). Remove before cutting or use another piece. Always set depth of circular saw blade to thickness of material to cut. Disconnect power source before adjusting depth. The blade should stick through material by no more than ¼ Excessive blade depth.
11 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws Always use two hands on circular saws: one on trigger handle, the other on the steering knob. Never let a worker place a hand on the exhaust port. X Make sure guard surface is pressed flat and evenly against material. There is a tendency for the back of the saw to lift free of material as you push forward. It may also tilt to the left or right while cutting, especially when close to edges of materials. X
12 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws Never lean over the open side of a circular saw. Always remain on the protected side. Do not start any power saw with the blade touching the material. Always allow a power saw to reach maximum speed before cutting. Push slowly through material to allow saw to work efficiently without overworking motor. When stopping a cut: Allow blade to come to a complete stop before removing saw from material. X Watch the notch on the guide, not the blade.
13 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws Always stand to the side of a circular saw, never behind it. Do not overreach. For long cuts, either adjust the cut station or stop halfway and start again from the other end of the material. Never pull a circular saw toward you. And never try to pull it back against the rotation of the blade. X Either change your position or stop saw and begin cutting from the other end of the material.
14 Safe Tool Use: Circular Saws Safely making plunge cuts: Set the front of the guard fence flat against the material, ahead of where you want to begin the cut. Lift the blade guard up and away, exposing the blade. Line the blade up with your cut line. Lift blade free of material before pulling the trigger. Slowly lower the blade onto your cut line, keeping the guard lifted. Do not attempt to turn the blade in the cut if it is off of your cut line. Stop the blade, lift it free, and start over again. Once the guard fence is flat against the material, release the blade guard and replace your hand on the steering knob. Then you can begin to push the saw forward along the cut line. Remember: Never pull the saw backward (against the rotation of the blade) to cut closer to corner of a notch. Stop the saw, turn it around, and start over or use a jig saw to finish notch corners.
15 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws PPE: Remember, anyone operating this or any power saw for more than 2 hours is required to wear ear protection. Setting up a cut station: Ensure cut station is at a comfortable height. Ensure cut station is sturdy, secure, and the surrounding area is free of trip hazards. Ensure that the miter saw is anchored (minimum two nails) to the base. Make sure table height matches the saw s deck height. Keep usable scrap stacked neatly off of the ground and out of the way.
16 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Make sure both ends of the cut piece either do not move or will fall away from the saw as cuts are made. Have volunteers work in pairs when working with long material such that one person can support longer end. Make sure they do not raise it too high: This will bind the blade and kick the material back toward the operator.
17 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Teach these steps to cutting: Measure and mark piece off the cut station so others can work efficiently. Always mark the scrap side for accuracy. Set piece on miter saw base and ensure it sits perfectly flat on base and is pushed up tight against the back guard. Make sure there are no gaps here or here.
18 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Lower the saw (with finger well away from trigger) and set blade on top of piece. Slide piece left and right (keeping tight to guard and table) until the blade sits exactly on the scrap side of the line. Sight through the slits in the guard, not to the left or right of the blade. (Not as accurate.) Never pull the guard back to see better as you cut!
19 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Hold the board firmly, with hand outside of the saw s safety radius. If not marked on the saw, at least 6 inches from blade. Never cut a piece shorter than 6 inches without clamps or other devices. In general, it is better to recut a small piece from a larger board. Always pick the blade completely free of the board before pulling the trigger. X
20 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Teach these steps to cutting: Always give the motor at least three seconds to get up to speed before starting to cut through the material. Not doing this can mean sloppy cuts, more airborne material, and will over time dull the blade and burn out the saw s motor. Never chop through materials! Push slowly through the material, giving it at least three seconds. Move even slower through thicker, denser, or wetter materials (such as cedar/pressure-treated). Keep trigger and motor engaged as you raise blade up through cut material, until completely free of both. Why? When you let your hand off the trigger, a brake engages to slow the blade down for safety. This alters the even rotation of the blade, so that it can wobble slightly and catch the pieces. Keeping the trigger engaged ensures the blade is spinning true and won t catch pieces.
21 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Ensure the guard covers the blade as it raises. Make sure blade is stopped and raised back to its full upright position before reaching in and retrieving pieces and scraps.
22 Safe Tool Use: Miter Saws Never turn a board sidewise for a long cut on a miter saw. Never cross your arms at a miter saw. X If the angle is too steep for a miter saw (greater than 55 ) use a circular saw to cut it. X Keep arms parallel, even if it means operating trigger with left hand and securing material with right.
23 Safe Tool Use: Table Saws PPE: Remember, anyone operating this or any power saw for more than 2 hours is required to wear ear protection. Setting up a cut station: Ensure cut station is at a comfortable height. Ensure cut station is sturdy, secure, and the surrounding area is free of trip hazards. Ensure that the table saw is anchored (minimum two nails) to the base.
24 Safe Tool Use: Table Saws Never allow any volunteers to remove guards. If a buried cut is necessary, check with a site supervisor. Set depth of the blade to the thickness of the material. Just like a circular saw, excessive blade depth can be extremely dangerous. The blade should stick through material by no more than ¼
25 Safe Tool Use: Table Saws Do not stand directly behind saw when first powering it on. The blade can throw teeth or pieces of material. Never stand directly behind material being fed into a table saw. The blade can kick material back into operator with enough force to cause serious injury. This also keeps your eyes out of the direct line of debris and dust.
26 Safe Tool Use: Table Saws Assign pairs to operate table saw so that one person can push material through and second person can catch it. Never allow your hands to be within one foot of the blade. Use push sticks at the end of cuts and on all small pieces of material. Take care to keep pieces slightly separated (so they don t pinch and bind the blade). Always use a push stick rather than allowing your hands to get too close to the blade. When catching material pushed through saw, never pull it through (not as accurate). Work as a team to make sure the material remains flat on the table and tight to the guide.
27 Safe Tool Use: Reciprocating Saw (SawzAll) PPE: Remember, anyone operating this or any power saw for more than 2 hours is required to wear ear protection. Never operate a reciprocating saw without the pivoting front guard. Keep this guard pushed against the material while cutting. Always use two hands when operating: one on the trigger handle and the other on the designated collar area. Never start the saw with its blade touching the material. Always let the blade come to a complete stop before removing the saw from material. Never pull the saw toward you.
28 Wrong: Always start from an edge or drill or punch a pilot hole. Wrong: Keep guard pushed flat against material throughout cut. Extra Wrong: Always use two hands and the guard is missing. Correct: Two hands, with guard flat against material.
29 Safe Tool Use: Jig Saw PPE: Remember, anyone operating this or any power saw for more than 2 hours is required to wear ear protection. Always use two hands when operating: one on the trigger handle and the other where designated on the front of the body. Keep the guard pushed flat against the material while cutting. There is a tendency for the saw to tilt to the side while cutting, (especially close to edges of materials), and to tilt forward as you push forward.
30 Safe Tool Use: Jig Saw Never start saw with blade touching the material. Never pull saw toward you. Always let the blade come to a complete stop before removing the saw from the material. Safely cutting notches: Always start at edges of board, cutting straight in. From there, make a sweep cut to gradually reach inside line. Be careful not to turn too sharply and bind the blade. Cutting shapes in the middle of boards: Always start with pilot holes.
31 Inspecting Power Cords Inspect cords for frayed wires or damaged insulation: X X X Do not use damaged extension cords or tools with damaged power cords. Inspected and repaired electrical cords will be wrapped with electrical tape but do not tape a damaged cord yourself! All power and extension cords must be tested for continuity before taping and returning to service. Use grounded plugs or double-insulated power tools. Do not use a tool or extension cord with a damaged or missing grounding prong. Immediately remove any tools with damaged power cords from use and X notify the site supervisor.
32 Power and Extension Cords Plug electrical equipment into a GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter). This includes when working inside a trimmed house. Never stand in water or snow when using a power tool. Always protect connections on power and extension cords from water. Do not fasten extension cords with staples, nails or suspend by wire. Do not run extension cords through metal or other sharp openings without padding. Do not stand on plugs or extension cords. Do not close cords in windows or doors. X X
33 Power and Extension Cords Disconnect power source before moving a tool, making adjustments, or changing bits or blades. Before plugging or unplugging tools, be sure power switch is turned to "OFF. Do not use a tool's power cord to lift or lower the tool. Use ropes to raise and lower tools; ensure knots are secure. Never disconnect power by pulling on the cord. Always remove the plug from the outlet.
34 Additional Resources: Hand Tool Safety (OSHA): https://www.osha.gov/sltc/handpowertools/index.html
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