So, just about anyone in this forum probably knows the basics of how not to abuse a tool. (Not using a Pulaski as a pry bar, don't swing a McLeod overhead, etc)
Does anyone have a good way to remind volunteers of the Do's and Don'ts of trail tool use?
The local club has a trailer to store the tools and I was thinking a few signs like the typical No SMOKING sign that have some icons of people doing the wrong thing with different tools.
I guess, just a printed list of instructions would work just as well.
I know the best way to do this is to remind people before the workday starts but sometimes we get people showing up late or wandering around the parking lot.
I was wondering if anyone had a sign or something they kept with their tools to try and make them last a little longer.
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