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Machine Shop Safety In a machine shop, metals and composites are cut and shaped into finished products using hand tools and machines such as saws, lathes, drills, and grinders. Common injuries in machine shops include debris in the eye, cuts, and caught/crush machine injuries. Choose proper personal protective equipment (PPE) for the machine shop.  Wear safety glasses at all times in the shop.  At any time, debris may fly out of a machine and into your eye.  Consider a face shield when you are working up close with grinding and cutting job tasks.  Wear comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole. Consider toe...