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There are a vast range of cordless power tools available, with the newer battery-powered tool technology providing even greater safety, comfort and convenience. While battery-powered tools may decrease the electrical and trip hazards on the job, all workers should be trained and authorized before using any cordless power tools. Review this safety topic for guidance on common safety precautions for using any power tool as well as the unique hazards associated with battery-powered tools.

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OSHA Booklet - Hand and Power Tools

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Take Charge of Your Battery - Power Tool Institute

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Hand & Power Tool Safety DVD Program

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic for industrial fields that provides guidance on common safety precautions for using any power tool as well as the unique hazards associated with battery-powered tools.

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