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With any saw, the point of contact is the most dangerous area of operation. The teeth of the saw are moving fast. Accidents can happen quickly and they can be very serious. One of the primary risks when using a handheld saw is a kickback. This is when the saw jams and gets stuck. Other risks come from flying particles and debris. If a saw does jam and cause a kick back, it is possible that teeth from he saw will also fly back and potentially hit the operator. To work safely you should always use personal protective equipment, including gloves, goggles and sometimes a respirator. Knowing the material you are cutting and how it behaves is also important for working safely.