- What is hot work?
- Who?s responsible for hot work?
- Roles of management, permit issuer, hot work operator, and fire watch
- When and where to perform hot work
- Special work considerations
- Hot work and contractors
Training Time: 28 Minutes
This course covers basic guidelines and best work practices for performing hot work safely. Before welding, cutting, or brazing metal or performing any work that could generate enough heat or sparks to start a fire, everyone involved should be properly trained on the fundamentals of hot work safety. Based on NFPA 51B and 29 CFR Subpart Q regarding welding, cutting, brazing, and other hot work, this course is intended to help workers recognize the potential hazards of hot work and avoid injuries and property damage by properly planning, preparing for, and performing hot work.
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