Safety Test for Drill Press and Hand Tools
The safety test...
First and Last Name
1. Do you have to ask an instructor for permission before making a cut?
No, I'm a man.
Forget you mere mortals, I'll ask the great doggerino for permission.
None of the above
2. What should you do with the chuck key?
Tighten the drill bit as needed and then leave it there while I turn it on.
Tighten the drill bit as needed, then return the chuck key to it's holder.
Tighten the drill bit as needed, then give it to a wood chuck so it can be a wood chuck chuck.
None of the above
3. Are you supposed to wear safety goggles and proper clothes when using the drill press?
Goggle machine broke
4. Are you supposed to use a push block?
Wait, that's for the band saw!
No, you use a vice instead because this is the drill press.
5. How are you supposed to clean up the drill press once you are done?
Use the provided brush and hit the drill bit a couple times.
Use your hand as a brush and get stabbed with metal bits
Use the provided brush and sweep it clean, then, clean up the ground.
6. When using Hand Tools, are you supposed to wear proper goggles and clothes?
I'm having a strange sense of Deja Vu...
No, I didn't learn anything from the drill saw portion
7. When using hand tools, what do you use to hold your wood?
My hand, cuz that's safe!
Phone updating, try again later.
8. When using hand tools, do you have to mark your cut?
Yes, also do this for the drill press.
It's faster if you freehand it, we're trying to be efficient, right?
9. When using hand tools, do you have to remember where you got it from and return it to it's proper place?
Yes, so that other people can use it as well.
No, you never know if someone might need it in the last 5 minutes.
I found it on the floor, I leave it on the floor.
10. Should you be safe and follow these rules at all times?
BONUS: 11. What number do you have to call to be safe? (It was in the video.)
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