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(HealthDay News) -- Metalworking involves using metals to create parts, assemblies or large-scale structures. As a job that requires a unique set of skills, it provides special hazards, as well, says Cornell University.
General metal work safety guidelines are:
Wear eye protection at all times.
Remove or secure jewelry, long hair and loose clothing.
Avoid skin contact with metalworking fluid.
Remove all metal scraps with a brush. Never by hand.
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