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Screwdriver Safety and Tips:
  • Screwdrivers should only be used for their intended purpose, driving or removing screws. Screwdrivers should never be used for prying, punching, chiseling, scoring or scraping.
  • While both slotted and cross-slotted screwdrivers will fit many fastener sizes, it is best to use screwdrivers of the proper sizes that fit snugly into the slot or recessed portion of the fastener head.
  • Precision tips have a more consistent symmetry than conventional tip screwdrivers and provide better fit and torque without the danger of slippage
  • Plastic handles should be made of fire and heat-resistant materials. If properly designed, they give excellent grip. Rubber or vinyl is often used as a non-slip or insulating cover on plastic handles.
  • Typical screwdriver handles will not insulate the user from electric current.
  • It is time to discard the tool when the handle of a screwdriver becomes worn or breaks, if the tip is damaged or if the shaft is bent.
  • Screwdriver slippage can cause injury. Never hold the piece you’re working on in your hand while driving or loosening screws or bolts. Place it on a work surface and use a vice or a clamp to hold the material, whenever possible.
  • Never use pliers for added turning leverage on the shank of a screwdriver. However, a wrench may be used on square-shank drivers.
  • Never carry a screwdriver in your pocket.
  • When using any tool, always wear safety glasses for eye protection.
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