Machine shop glove
Standard personal protective equipment for machine shops includes heavy-duty safety gloves, as well as safety glasses or goggles, and respirators.

Get a Grip on Machine Shop Safety

The risks are inherent to the work in progress, so everyone working in a machine shop must be alert, informed and well-trained.

Walking into a machine shop without proper training is putting yourself at risk. Machine shops might not be dangerous by design, but the nature of the tools and equipment involved in machining operations make it imperative that all personnel working in a machine shop environment be alert and well-trained.

Following here is a helpful review of employee training, personal considerations, and equipment safety practices, along with a how-to for correctly reporting an accident. It all star

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