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DIY Tips and Advice For Your Safety

DIY enthusiasts are costing hundreds of millions of dollars in medical bills by putting up wobbly scaffolds, touching live wires and shooting themselves in the hands and feet with nail guns. If you are going to paint the house, make sure you have the equipment, "You don't have to fall very far to have a life-changing accident... read more

Ladder Safety Guide

Ladder safety is a must when you are doing any form of DIY project. Ladder accidents send over 400,000 people to hospital every year so we have put together the following small guide... read more

Lifting Guide

Pushing any load lightly will enable you to see how easily it moves to determine whether you can lift it by yourself or will need help, even the smallest objects can cause body harm that not always possible to establish until it's too late. Always remember that a smaller package... read more

Using electrically powered equipment guide

You should make sure that electrical equipment used for work is safe, as many DIY tasks no mater how small or large the job is, faulty or incorrect tools used for those tasks can cause frightening results... read more

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