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Power tools are useful but potentially dangerous pieces of equipment that can cause serious, even disabling injuries such as amputations. Because power tools are so commonly used both on and off the job, employees may not take hazards seriously enough. Even if employees don't use power tools at work, they often use them at home, so they need to understand the hazards and precautions.

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