Safety

Signature X700 series mowers from John Deere provide power and agility.  Watch this video brough to you from John Deere on how to safely remove and clean the mower deck.

Grain Safety- Make it a priority! 

Grain engulfment has been a recognized hazard for decades. Yet both experienced and inexperienced workers continue to underestimate the deadly risks ssociated with the speed and force of flowing or shifting grain.

This article explains the dangers of working in the grain bin and how you can avoid accidents and prevent injuries.

The Benefit of Buying Genuine Stihl Parts

STIHL Dealers have the tools and resources to give your equipment the best service possible. This ensures that, as your servicing Dealer, we’re the authority when it comes to making repairs or replacements to your STIHL equipment. And when it comes to repairs and replacements, we look to genuine STIHL parts to get the job done

Chainsaw safetyChainsaw safety, operation, and maintenance video - from STIHL

work outdoorsTips To Stay Healthy When Working Outdoors

With so many safety and equipment procedures to remember, it can be easy to forget basic health habits when working outdoors. Here are a few quick tips to remember to reduce your risk of personal injury while on the job.

work saferSimple Ways to Work Safer

Safety is a critical component of owning outdoor power equipment – and STIHL products are no exception. Stay informed about general safety procedures and help avoid needless mistakes. Print these tips and display them in your workplace for a visible reminder of recommended procedures.

Snow season is coming -- stay safe with these reminders

ToroThe U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates each year there are approximately 5,700 hospital emergency room-related injuries associated with snow blowers.

The Toro Company wants you and your family to be safe during the upcoming snow season and offers the following snow blower safety reminders:

1. Make sure log is on level ground ‐ look for cracks in log, good target for your maul.

  • Easier to cut off pieces by working around the edges rather than splitting down the middle.
  • Make sure each piece is less than 8 inches wide.

2. For logs that are difficult to split a wedge should be used.

3. Put wedge into a crack if you can find one ‐ hammer it in about an inch then go to sledge hammer.

4. Keep driving the wedge down into the log until it splits.

  • If that doesn't work use a 2nd wedge and drive it into the log the same way on the opposite side of center.

 

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