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The first and most important rule to adhere to when it comes to nail gun safety is to always read and understand the manual before operating the tool. This will give you an overview of each of the individual parts of the tool, as well as making you aware of any special circumstances that are called for when using the nail gun.
Once you have read and understood the manual of the nailer you’re about to use, make sure that you put on your OSHA required “Z87” safety goggles. Depending on the conditions with which you are working in, make sure that you also employ other personal safety equipment such as a hard hat and hearing protection.
Next, remember to always keep the tool pointed away from yourself and others when connected to air and remember to keep hands and other body parts away from the nose of the nail gun. While using a nail gun may seem fun, it is important to remember that the nailer is not a toy and should never be treated as such. In the same manner, always store idle tools out of the reach of minors.
It is also important to note that you should never use a tool that leaks air or needs repair. As well, in regards to the air of the nail gun, do not run the tool over the exceeded air pressure.
Never load a fastener with the trigger or safety element depressed and do not drive fasteners on top of the other fasteners or at too steep of an angle. Always be careful when loading fasteners into your nailer.
Once again, we implore that if you have any further questions regarding the safety of your nail gun, to refer to the owner's manual for a full list of safety information.
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