Well, you never know. Back in my pizza slinging days, a new bus boy was
cleaning the meat slicer. Those commercial slicers were pretty well
guarded to keep up from cutting off our fingers. But somehow, and with
the safety guards in place, this dumb SOB found a way to cut his elbow!
All these posts, and not a single one I coujld find that
mentioned whether the saftey gizmo worked, pros, cons, neutrals,
ease of use, etc.? Is THAT the way to discuss safety?
All that reading, and no information ;-(
: <<Only someone brain dead
: could possibly get hurt.>>
: Home Depot's got 'em.
: To e-mail, replace "bucketofspam" with "dleegordon"
: Lee Gordon
Given the general caliber of the people working in HD, I find it pretty
scary that they even have a RAS at all.
There is plenty of industrial equipment which requires that you operate two
"start" buttons at the same time, each one hidden under a guard, and
several feet away from each other. All this to make sure both hands are
away from the business end of the machine when you turn it on.
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