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Most injuries with a table saw happen through contact with the blade, however, injuries can also happen though kick backs when material is dislodged or debris from a cut flies through the air and strikes a worker. When you operate a table saw you are pushing the material through the blade, so your hands are in close proximity to the moving parts. Having a guard in place that covers the blade will go a long way to keeping you safe. When using a table saw you must remember that the blade is spinning beneath the table as well and this part of the blade also requires a protective guard. It is important to always inspect the saw blade and guards before use as well as making sure there are no cords, chains or objects in the way that might trip a worker or get caught in the moving parts.
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