Safer Saws – Jonathan Otero

1. Larry Okrend states, “After researching the facts of the case, I think mandating SawStop’s technology across the board is unnecessary and counterproductive.”

2. “After researching the facts of the case, I think mandating SawStop’s technology across the board is unnecessary and counterproductive.”

3. Evaluation Claim

4. His claim is a weak one put very sternly. He doesn’t point out how extra safety measures could lead to counter productivity. He simply points out that many tools can be made dangerous, but doesn’t make a point as to why this should defer governments from mandating manufactures to make these tools safer and idiot-proof. Consequentially, any reader pro-safe saws would not be persuaded to agree with his claim. For instance, a person could easily fight his weak claim by arguing that the company with SawStop implemented saws would be more productive since it would have no injured workers.

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