Jeremy Broun was once ranked World Woodworking Expert no 4 on a website called Askme.com! Well, a bit of fun! Here he shares his top ten tips for beginners! http://www.woodomain.com
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If Safety is First, then we, as humans, would not be in a workshop with spinning blades.
Safety 3rd philosophy makes us THINK about the task, risk and life in balance.
Should the world live in a truly "Safety First" mentality, no-one would drive to work.
I didn't expect such a pedantic audience so soon! As pishmishy says 'safety should be integrated in EVERYHING you do' and is as much an attitude of mind as a checklist before you start woodworking. I could have expanded on the list.
Safety First is an absolute prerequisite for any materials handling activity, by law if you are a professional employer/employee and as a matter of common sense if you are a hobbyist.
Safety 3rd is better idea as it makes you think about your job more, if safety was truly first you wouldn't do the job in the first place