Everything is perfectly safe in my workshop, until I go in there of course. What is the most dangerous tool in your home workshop (present company excepted)? There should be an element of risk compensation or risk aversion in your considered reply. So anything that shoots flame is so obviously dangerous, it is usually treated with respect. I may need to reconsider my options here and I'll have another think next time I am out there. Current contender has to be the 9 inch angle grinder. I know it's a beast and it has a reluctant switch which doesn't help but even so, it always catches me by surprise at just how damned dangerous that thing is. The lathe needs to be considered as a candidate because it's so easy to become blasé. I caught myself (not literally!) wearing a long sleeve fleece while quickly turning some widget or other. I dropped my large garden croppers the other day. Landed handle down on the floor just as the bladed end came to rest in the upper trouser area, just before the second handle gave way to gravity. Like maintaining your security passwords, having copies of your keys and backing up your computer, it is worth considering workshop safety every once in a while. Because like those other everyday things, it's only when something goes wrong we really step back and think how easy it would have been to avoid disaster.