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Hazards associated with Hot work and welding tasks can arise from extremely hot metal, intense light, sparks and molten slag, damaged or defective welding equipment, and cluttered work areas. As...
Hazards associated with Hot work and welding tasks can arise from extremely hot metal, intense light, sparks and molten slag, damaged or defective welding equipment, and cluttered work areas. As...
ERI
2018
3610-DVD-ES
13 min, 2018, ERI

Hazards associated with Hot work and welding tasks can arise from extremely hot metal, intense light, sparks and molten slag, damaged or defective welding equipment, and cluttered work areas. As these jobs have the potential to be very dangerous, it is imperative that welders and their co-workers remain focused on their jobs and follow all safe work practices to avoid fires, injuries, and property damage. This program provides an overview of the precautions that must be followed while performing welding and other hot work.

Hazards associated with Hot work and welding tasks can arise from extremely hot metal, intense light, sparks and molten slag, damaged or defective welding equipment, and cluttered work areas. As these jobs have the potential to be very dangerous, it is imperative that welders and their co-workers remain focused on their jobs and follow all safe work practices to avoid fires, injuries, and property damage. This program provides an overview of the precautions that must be followed while performing welding and other hot work.

Topics covered also include:
  • Clothing & PPE
  • Designated & Non-Designated Areas
  • Precautionary Measures
  • Fire Watch Duties
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Pre-Job Inspection
  • Protecting Co-Workers from Hot Work Hazards
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