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Topics Covered in This Course:

  • The worker roles involved in completing and approving the permit
  • The importance of the “35-foot rule” when planning hot work
  • Typical equipment and PPE requirements when performing hot work
  • The importance of knowing the material that hot work is being done on or near
  • The importance of posting the permit
  • And other considerations
Part Number: CT-C-332

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    This course covers the use of hot work permits at general industry facilities. A hot work permit refers to an employer?s written authorization to perform hot work operations. There is no one standard for Hot Work Permits; different facilities will have different forms and different procedures. This course serves as an introduction to the common protocols in place at most workplaces that are meant to ensure safe conditions before hot work can begin.

    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).

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    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