Presentation on theme: "BOISE Packaging--Wallula 1 Razor Knife Safety. BOISE Packaging--Wallula 2 Always be sure that blades are properly seated in knives and that knives are."— Presentation transcript:
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 2 Always be sure that blades are properly seated in knives and that knives are properly closed and/or fastened together before use.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 3 A dull blade requires more force and is more likely to slip than a sharp one. Change the blade whenever it starts to tear instead of cut. Always use sharp blades.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 4 Always keep your free hand (and other body parts) away from the line of the cut. Always wear a cut resistant glove on your free hand while cutting with a razor knife.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 5 Always pull— never push the knife. The blade could break off—wedging in the material and cutting your arm severely.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 6 Don’t bend or apply side loads to blades by using them to open cans, loosen screws or pry loose objects Blades are brittle and can snap easily.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 7 Never leave a blade open. Always retract the blade when not in use.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 8 When making cut-outs on rolls always pull the knife down. Never push it away from you. When using a knife to cut through thick materials, be patient - make several passes, cutting a little deeper into the material with each pass.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 9 Tips For Changing Blades Carefully remove the used blade from the knife. Always hold the blade at the non-sharp side. Discard the used blade in a safe place. Carefully wrap it in several layers of tape to cover sharp side and points. Make sure to re-assemble the knife correctly. Make sure screw is tight.
BOISE Packaging--Wallula 10 Always Report Any Injury to Your Supervisor.
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