After all, saw blades and chain saw chains are designed to cut wood, concrete and even metal. What do you think’s going to happen to you if you get hit by one of these blades or chains?
This FireRescue1 article by Jason Poremba drives this point home better than most. It has all the usual tips, like storing abrasive blades away from gasoline (a hazard that you can eliminate by using the solid steel Fire Rescue Safety Blade, by the way). However, it also has video of what happens when things go sideways and firefighters get cut or burnt by their own saws.
FireRescue1, Jason Poremba, “Power Saw Safety on the Fireground“