Mowers Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
One of the most common pieces of lawn equipment is a mower, a machine that consists revolving blades to cut grass to an even height.
How does it work?
Lawn mowers have anywhere between five to twelve exposed blades that rotate trapping and slicing grass blades against a fixed bottom plate similar to a pair of scissors. A cylinder (reel) mower works best on low or short cut. Rotary lawn mowers have one high speed rotating blade and will work on medium to high grass. The app Mowers Toolbox Talk (UK) lists the risks incurred with operating a mower. These risks include burns, injuries from the blades, foot injuries from being run over by a mower, flying debris, operator carelessness, electrocution, and upending the mower. Caution should be taken while operating a mower and maintenance should always be a priority.
You can find more Toolbox Talk forms for the UK in the GoCanvas store.