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A carpenter uses a pneumatic nail gun to put nails into plywood. The worker wears protective blue earmuffs and plastic eye protection while using electric tools, to ensure his safety during the construction process.
A booster seat provides additional safety for children who have outgrown traditional car seats but are not yet big enough to use a seat belt alone. This blue and gingham booster seat features a three-point harness belt system and comfortable padding.
A man in an orange safety vest uses a Segway scooter to cross the street and enter a brick pedestrian area. Segway scooters allow users to travel short distances in a way that is quick, economical, and good for the environment.
Floor lamps do provide some safety concerns. The heavy tops are susceptible to toppling over, causing damage to the lamp and possibly its surroundings. Additionally, most torchiere lamps use halogen bulbs, which become extremely hot while in use.
A hunter, wearing an orange hat and orange coat for safety, consults a handheld GPS. The hand holding the GPS is wearing a camouflage glove. The hunter will use the GPS to determine his location and find his way in and out of the woods.
A man with a safety vest clears leaves and other debris from a public sidewalk, using a leaf blower strapped to his back. Removing leaves from the sidewalk ensures safety for pedestrians, and also makes public areas more aesthetically appealing.
This motorcyclist rides a red sports bike, leaning into a sharp turn. In addition to a helmet and leather jacket, he is also wearing leather pants with knee sliders and armored gloves for safety.
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