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As to wood-related injuries: my maternal granpdarents used to live in the backwaters of the Black Forest for 20 years or so. My background is in civil engineering and I have been in charge of building sites, and had all the training in H&S you need for that.
I have met my share of woodcutters, lumberjacks, forestry workers, sawmill operators, joiners, carpenters, builders of any trade… with scars, bits missing and interesting stories.
Never anything serious on my watch, though.
Conversation piece trivia: one of the first persons to make serious inroads in workplace safety, especially involving working with wood, was Franz Kafka. Yes, that Franz Kafka.