Here's a couple more 'common' safety pointers.
For tank storage, it's important that they are secured in an upright position whenever the safety caps are off. Usually in a cart or chained to a wall.
If a fully charged Oxygen tank falls over and knocks the valve stem off it becomes a lethal rocket. If an actelyene tank falls over, there's enough fuel there to turn your shop into a nice bomb.
Always use an acetylene tank in an upright position. If layed down for transport, stand upright for several hours before using.
Never use copper tubing for acetylene. Acetylene and copper react to form copper acetate, highly explosive.
Never use oil on your oxygen gauges, torches, fittings etc. Oxygen + Oil = explosive mix.
Read and understand instructions for torch use.