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need sections on

  • general power tool safety, specifics for
    • grinding wheels,
    • circular saws,
    • chain saws
  • safety wrt hot water and steam
  • chemicals
  • working at heights
  • lifting
  • excavations
  • ...


I've used a single '=' as the first layer of the multilevel format here because using == does not give enough layers for the information presented. There is of course more info yet to come. NT 11:58, 22 February 2007 (GMT)

If we need 5 levels of heading I think something should be split off into an article of its own. Can we stick to mediawiki conventions on heading levels?

Start with 2 equals signs not 1 because 1 creates H1 tags which should be reserved for page title.

I don't know why this is but the mediawiki designers probably know more about this wiki engine than we do!

--John Stumbles 08:31, 23 February 2007 (GMT)

I've moved the following out of the article since they're basically more of (or in some cases a duplication of) the to-do list above


Power Tools

Drill Circular saw Chainsaw Holesaw Dremel


Hot Water

Hot water tank temperature



Hot header tanks

May soften and collapse


Pressurised water

(eg pressure washers)


Pigeon in tank etc

Backfeeding & double check valves


Well water is prone to a wide range of safety issues, and should always be tested before being used as potable water. The need for remedial treatment before consumption is routine.

Method of lifting

--John Stumbles 08:31, 23 February 2007 (GMT)