Dale Hodgins wrote:I think the best way to deal with safety issues is for posters to consider that on a case by case basis. The threads about bio char regularly deal with the risk of fire and explosion. When I talk about demolition, I show photos of my safety gear. The wood stove and RMH crowd regularly go over risk management. In almost any thread that goes on for long, safety comes up. You'd need a Britanica sized volume to cover risk in a comprehensive way. I think it makes sense to only bring up the risks for given activities as they come up.
It's a really bad idea to kick a Cape Buffalo in the nuts. This would surely end badly, but if I'm crawling through an attic that contains rat poop, it makes sense for me to forget the buffalo until I go on safari and think about protecting my lungs and not falling through the ceiling.
Robert Ray wrote:What I'm looking for is an exact specific list of unknown problems I might encounter.......then I'll be ready