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Topics Covered in This Course:

  • What hot work is
  • Who’s responsible for hot work safety
  • The roles of management, the permit issuer, the hot work operator, and the fire watch
  • When and where to perform hot work
  • Hot work permit requirements
  • Special hot work considerations
  • Hot work and contractors
Part Number: CT-C-331-ES-US

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    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.

    DVD Requirements:

    DVD-R and progressive playback compatibility required. Check the manual for your player to determine if it supports both DVD-R Media and progressive playback. Playing the DVD on a computer requires a DVD ROM drive and DVD playback software, such as PowerDVD or VLC Media Player (Free).

    DVDs ? Playable media products

    Extremely cost-effective, efficient, and portable Simple, flexible, and reusable format No need for Internet connectivity Playable 24/7 in any U.S. DVD player or computer Cannot be updated electronically with new content Cannot automatically track individual viewing time Requires manual grading and recordkeeping for paper tests