Threw rags about, get a hit on the face.
Watch your step.
Tie yourself working on steep roofs.
Throwing off the fender, hold the clamp.
They are working upstairs. Don’t stay under the mast.
Put the tool rest closer to the stone.
Look where you’re going.
Look out for splashes! They can burn you.
Look out for buffers.
Lay the bricks in the right way.
I was drunk at work.
Hide the hair.
Hey, scatterbrain, don’t cripple your friends!
Enclose the end of the arbor.
Don’t work with an untied hose.
Don’t walk under the transmission arbor.
Don’t walk on fish.
Don’t use your leg for taking off the belting.
Don’t use the badly-mounted maul.
Don’t try with your finger if there is electricity.
Don’t throw the strops inside the hold without warning.
Don’t put the belt on while moving.
Don’t open the lid of the picker before the engine stops.
Don’t leave anything without bracing.
Don’t clutter your working place.
Don’t clean the cylinder while it’s in motion.
Don’t carry the bottles without corks.
Don’t begin a new kind of work without being instructed.
Clinch the nails.
Be careful with forks.
Be careful with a spud.
Be careful extending the wires.
Be able to free the injured from electricity.
A fan is a friend of labor. Let it work forever