How to Safely Use a Chainsaw: A Beginners Guide
If you are like me, you like to get a job done on your own without the hassle of hiring a company, and waiting until they are available. This is a great way to save money, perfect your existing skills, and even learn something new. But there comes a time when you may have to stand back and assess the job before you to determine if it truly is something you can take on yourself.
Know Your Saws
Know How to Maintain Your Saw
Know How to Operate Your Saw Safely
Step 1: Safety Check
Step 2: Assess Your Job
Step 3: Starting Your Saw
Step 4: Holding Saw Secure
Step 5: Cutting
Step 6: Maintenance
Step 7: Storage
Hopefully, this has been a quick, helpful little tutorial that has provided you the general knowledge to help get the best saw for your job in your hands, and provided you the basics of safety and maintenance required for chainsaw use. Using a chainsaw is not a difficult task, but it is dangerous one that requires more than just taking a product out of a box and firing it up.
Remember, the majority of accidents involving chainsaws are the fault of the operator, making you the most important component of its use. If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know below. And, as always, please share!