Hi, again. Seeking info from those of you who've dealt with dozens and dozens of turners over the years and have a feel for the various dangerous mistakes people make, everyone from beginners to intermediate or even advanced turners. I'm helping write standards for an open-shop situation -- what people need to know to be safe. If they haven't taken a class from us, they will be expected to demonstrate their knowledge and ability, within 3 or 4 "tiers" of turning they might want to do on their own with our lathes. Can we build a list of "How people hurt themselves"?