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The majority of non-blade injuries from table saws come from kickbacks. This happens when a portion of the blade catches the material and throws it back at the operator. Kicks backs can also happen when the blade height isn't right, the blade is not on securely, or the blade is old and needs to be replaced. The use of kickback fingers will help control the material being cut. Wearing eye protection will help keep sawdust and other debris from getting into your eyes and should be worn at all times. Standing the the side of the blade when making a cut is another preventative measure you can take to stay safe.