Snowblower Safety


DIY for Snowblowers

Snowblower Safety

Ready to throw some snow!

  • As with any other type of power equipment, certain steps must be taken in order to use a snow blower safely.
  • Please note that the rate snow blowers throw snow, it’s not the fluffy stuff anymore, and is in fact more like cold shrapnel.
  • When using a snow blower, always wear protective clothing, eye and hearing protection.
  • Snow blowers don’t just throw snow! Anything caught in the path of a snow blower is subject to the same manipulation as the snow itself.
  • Always make sure that kids and animals are not present during the use of the equipment.
  • Make sure that the ejection chute is pointed away from windows, cars, people and yourself.
  • If the snow thrower encounters a clogging issue, never reach into any end of the equipment while it is running, plugged in or in the on position.
  • Always wear and use the proper safety gear including safety glasses.

– Bill Brown

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Jack Hayes

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Jack Hayes is the Head of Internet Marketing at LawnMowerPros and the editor of this blog. You can often find him creating featured articles, DIY guides, custom graphics and much more.