Global Machinery Company BS230L Saw User Manual

Safety rules for laser lights
The laser light/laser radiation used in the GMC REDEYE
system is Class 2 with maximum 1mW and 650nm
wavelengths. These lasers do not normally present an
optical hazard, although staring at the beam may cause
flash blindness.
WARNING. Do not stare directly at the laser beam.
A hazard may exist if you deliberately stare into the beam,
please observe all safety rules as follows;
The laser shall be used and maintained in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Never aim the beam at any person or an object other
than the work piece.
Do not star
e into beam.
Class 2 laser product.
length: 650nm
Output powe
r: 1mW
AS/NZS 2211.1:2004
The laser beam shall not be deliberately aimed at
personnel and shall be prevented from being directed
towards the eye of a person for longer than 0.25s.
Always ensure the laser beam is aimed at a sturdy
work piece without reflective surfaces. i.e. wood or
rough coated surfaces are acceptable. Bright shiny
reflective sheet steel or the like is not suitable for laser
use as the reflective surface could direct the beam back
at the operator.
Do not change the laser light assembly with a different
type. Repairs must only be carried out by the laser
manufacturer or an authorised agent.
CAUTION. Use of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
Please refer to the relevant Australian standards, AS 2397
and AS/NZS2211 for more information on Lasers.
General safety instructions
To use this tool properly, you must observe the safety
regulations, the assembly instructions and the operating
instructions to be found in this Manual. All persons who use
and service the machine have to be acquainted with this
Manual and must be informed about its potential hazards.
Children and infirm people must not use this tool. Children
should be supervised at all times if they are in the area in
which the tool is being used. It is also imperative that you
observe the accident prevention regulations in force in your
area. The same applies for general rules of occupational
health and safety.
WARNING. When using power tools, basic safety
precautions should always be taken to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and personal injury. Also, please read and heed
the advice given in the additional important safety instructions.
1. Keep the work area clean and tidy. Cluttered work
areas and benches invite accidents and injury.
2. Consider the environment in which you are working.
Do not use power tools in damp or wet locations. Keep
the work area well lit. Do not expose power tools to rain.
Do not use power tools in the presence of flammable
liquids or gases.
3. Keep visitors away from the work area. All visitors and
onlookers, especially children and infirm persons, should
be kept well away from where you are working. Do not
let others in the vicinity make contact with the tool or
extension cord.
4. Store tools safely. When not in use, tools should be
locked up out of reach.
5. Do not force the tool. The tool will do the job better and
safer working at the rate for which it was designed.
6. Use the correct tool for the job. Do not force small
tools or attachments to do the job best handled by a
heavier duty tool. Never use a tool for a purpose for
which it was not intended.