General Safety Information
To provide information, training, and allow time for operators of
machinery to review and understand operating and safety information for
To provide the machine operator with information to understand and
use cutting tools at the proper rpm.
To provide machinery and cutting tools that are safe and adequate
to do any work required.
To provide the machine operator with safe and adequate safety
equipment such as eye protection, hearing protection, respiratory
protection, work gloves, head protection and proper ventilation of work
To never allow anyone to operate machinery while under the
influence of alcohol, narcotics or certain prescription drugs or when
excessively tired or under stress.
To provide safety tape, cones, signs, etc., etc. to restrict people
being able to access work area.
(7) To be aware and comply with any local, state and federal safety laws and follow ANSI-B7.1 and OSHA regulations.
To be knowledgeable in all aspects of operating the machinery to be
To be knowledgeable in the use of the above machinery and the
cutting tools to be used, including proper rpm of each.
To not operate any machinery or cutting tools that are unsafe.
To wear safety glasses, respiratory protection, gloves, and hearing
protection, head protection and boots.
To make sure all other personnel in the immediate area also wear the
protective gear above, especially respiratory protection if dry cutting.
To never operate machinery when under the influence of alcohol,
drugs, certain prescription medications, or when excessively tired or under
Always try to operate machinery in proximity to others rather than
alone in case of an accident.
Do Not operate gas or diesel
powered machinery inside of structures where adequate ventilating is not
Do not operate machinery where fumes or combustible materials are
present in case of sparks causing a fire.
Do not wear loose fitting clothing that can get caught in the
(11) To be aware of and comply with any local, state and federal safety laws and follow ANSI-B7.1 & B7.5 and OSHA regulations.
Owner And Operator:
Be sure that the blade, bit, grinding wheel, etc., etc., are of the
proper specification and rpm to adequately do the work.
Make sure the cutting tool and the machine you are using are compatible.
Never use a damaged diamond tool. Look for core cracks, out of round
wear, core discoloration, lack of flatness, or missing segments.
Wet cutting tools must have a continuous flow of water
to prevent damage.
Be careful when mounting a cutting tool.
Note: It is best to un-plug machinery or
pull the coil wire on a gas machine to eliminate the possibility of
accidental start up.
Make sure the tool guard is in good shape and its water tubes are
clear and not cut.
Inspect the drive shaft for loose bearings, flat drive plates
(flanges), drive pin alignment, or dirt that can cause the diamond tool not
to run properly.
When installing the blade, make sure it is tightened well and will
not allow the blade to come loose.
When deep sawing (over4”) start with a smaller blade and keep going
up in blade size to achieve the proper depth. If you start with a large
blade the cut will almost always wander off the cut line because the blade
Never, Never operate any diamond tool without proper
A.N.S.I. approved guard!
(12) Be careful when re-fueling any gasoline or diesel powered machine. The danger or fire is real and serious!
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