What is our stance on questions that could pose a safety risk to someone trying it off-topic? Are they on-topic or off-topic?
Example 1: What are some techniques and objects to make steering with one's knees when driving easier? was put on hold for the reason "clearly unsafe".
Before anyone asks, driving with one's knees is legal in many situations, e.g. when driving in private properties in many cases, and the comment made it clear the ultimate issue was safety. While the safety may not be enhanced in many situations, there are some situations where it would, e.g. if the driver must choose between painkiller pills that make them drawsy, or driving with knees while being alert. As a result, the question could pose a safety risk to someone trying it, but not necessarily.
Example 2: How to ice a part of the body when falling asleep?
I sometimes wants to ice a part of my body (e.g., elbow, shoulder, ankle, etc.) when going to sleep in other to prevent swelling stemming from exercises. How can I fall asleep with the ice without waking up with a frostbite or other negative affect?