Every night before bed.
I read it once and skimmed it another time.
I skimed it when I had time.
There's a safety manual?
One time, I got a paper cut from the safety manual.
Only once, I learned my lesson.
A couple times. I'm accident prone.
How many is too many?
Plastic covering used on tools with sharp edges or dangerous components and necessary at all times.
A bodyguard for the mechanical team.
You take off the plastic covering when using any chainsaws.
Having mechanical gloves on to protect your hands at all times.
Closed-toed at all times
Closed-toed in the stadium seats
Have people carry the robot on both sides, while you work on it underneath.
Put the robot on a stable surface
Put the robot on a high shelf.
Tell everybody around you that you are working underneath the robot.
Check if the battery works in the tool
Look to see if there are any shavings in the tool, and put your hand in the tool to take it out.
Check to see if the tool is in good condition
Keep the sharp edge away from others and point it down towards everybody's feet.
Only when necessary
Yes, if you are pressed for time
Medical Safety Data Sheet
Material Safety Data Sheet
Mechanical System Desciption Sheet
Must Sync Danger Sheet
Working on the robot
You never need to wear safety glasses.
Everywhere inside the stadium except the audience seats
Playing and Practice Field, In the Pit and Pit Floor (even walkways and when there is Risk of exposure of to flying particles.