Thanks. I'm not a lawyer or expert. When you said OSHA, I looked. OSHA routed me to "Fair Labor Standards Act". That routed me to "Child Labor Provisions for Nonagricultural Occupations Under the Fair Labor Standards Act" and something called "HO 5" (Hazardous Occupations Orders).
HO 5 limits power tools use and defines the limitation as ... "Power-driven woodworking machines shall mean all fixed or portable machines or tools driven by power and used or designed for cutting, shaping, forming, surfacing, nailing, stapling, wire stitching, fastening
or otherwise assembling, pressing or printing wood, veneer, trees, logs, or lumber.
IMHO, that means they can't even use a power drill. Hmmm....
Perhaps I should talk to our pack den leader to mention he should not be letting the Tigers use his band saw on their derby cars. (just joking there). But seriously, it probably means putting away the hobby sander he does let them use.