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  1. Tool Identification, Use, and Safety

  2. General Safety Rules • Always wear eye protection if using power tools • Always work in a safe manner. • Do NOT throw anything. • Do not leave tools on the ground. • Do not run. • Do not climb anything – trees, benches, etc. • Do not climb over the fence. • Do not engage in ANY kind of horse play or goofing around. • Put tools away and clean up the last 10 minutes of class. • ANY dangerous or unsafe behavior may result in removal from this class and loss of credit. • Many tools are SHARP – be careful.

  3. Loppers Safety Precautionssharp edges

  4. Hand Pruner Safety Precautionssharp edgespointed

  5. Pole Lopper Safety Precautionssharp edgespointedsharp saw bladedo not use with others nearby - pole can be dropped

  6. Pruning Saw Safety Precautionssharp edges

  7. Hoedad Safety Precautionssharp edgesdo not use with others nearby

  8. Pulaski Safety Precautionssharp edgesdo not use with others nearby

  9. Garden Hoe Safety Precautionssharp edgesdo not use with others nearby

  10. Leaf Rake Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the ground

  11. Garden Rake Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the ground

  12. Landscape Rake Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the ground

  13. Hedge Shears Safety Precautionssharp edgespointed

  14. Bow Saw Safety Precautionssharp blade

  15. Round Shovel Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp edge

  16. Flat Shovel Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp edge

  17. Scoop Shovel Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp edge

  18. Half Moon Edger Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp edge

  19. Peavy Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundpointed

  20. Hand Weeder Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundpointed

  21. Garden Trowel Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundpointed

  22. Scoop Shovel Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp edge

  23. Edger Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp edge

  24. Garden Fork

  25. Grass Shears

  26. Mattock

  27. Pick Axe

  28. Pitch Fork

  29. Post-hole Digger

  30. Square Point (Flat) Shovel

  31. Thatching Rake

  32. Pruning Saw

  33. Nursery Cart Safety Precautionsdo not sit or stand on thesedo not pull people around

  34. Weed Eater Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundhigh speed cutting stringsALWAYS wear eye protection

  35. Power Hedge Trimmer Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundsharp cutting bladeALWAYS wear eye protection

  36. Leaf Blower Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the grounddebris blowing aroundALWAYS wear eye protection

  37. Backpack Sprayer Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundALWAYS wear eye protectionwash hands after sprayingdo not spray around others

  38. Tripod Pruning Ladder Safety Precautionsdo not leave on the groundalways have a second person holding the ladderdo not stand on top

  39. Wheelbarrow Safety Precautionsdo not sit in wheelbarrowsdo not give others rides

  40. Bulb Planter

  41. Tamper

  42. Tree Cart

  43. Reel Mower

  44. Drop Spreader

  45. Crank Seeder

  46. Hand Fork