357 Safety Week 2009 “Sensible About Safety”

May 4, 2009

It’s the beginning of Safety Week 2009 and everywhere you look everyone’s talking safety. Take a few minutes this week and visit with all of the various blogs, websites and shows to see what people have to say about one of the most important topics in the shop.

With that said, today’s episode was inspired by a comment made by my favorite woodworking magazine editor, Chris Schwarz. At the heart of it all woodworking is an adventure for the senses. It’s not just visual and tactile, but it uses almost all of our bodies senses when we’re building a project. Watch and listen to see what how I interpreted this idea.

A huge thank you to Milescraft for donating this year’s safety equipment schwag. Winner’s this year will be receiving a schwag prize package including Milescraft’s Dual Featherboard System, Blade Changer and Push Stick Docking Station.

For more great Safety ideas visit Fine Woodworking Magazine’s Safety Blog. You’ll find blogs, safety quizzes, videos, tool safety manuals and links to other ideas and shows

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  1. Drilling birdseye maple smells like hot buttered popcorn. And while I’ve never actually tasted it, it does make my hungry. Does that count for the taste sense?

    More importantly, when are we going to see you on the big screen, you closet actor, you? ; )

    • Matt says:

      So that’s how I get my family into the shop!! Nothing brings the Vanderlists a running like the smell of hot buttered anything LOL!!

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