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Health and Safety Factors in Welding Operations

Health and Safety Factors in Welding Operations (16 min.) This program will discuss the general safety and health hazard associated with welding and cutting; and examine hazards and controls specific to toxic fuel gas welding, cutting, and arc welding. Whenever possible, the focus will be on relevant standards. The hazards associated with welding and cutting arise from toxic gases and fumes, radiation, electrical circuits, and flammable and combustible materials.

Topics included in this safety video are: chemical agents commonly encountered in welding, physical agents, fumes generated during welding and cutting operations, injuries to the eye, skin burn, fire hazards, explosions, oxygen cylinders, acetylene, compressed gas cylinders, valve protection caps, cylinder valves, pressure gauges, reverse flow check valve, hose connections, arc welding, dilution ventilation, electrode, connections between the cable and the holder, disconnecting when not in use, and fire extinguishers.

Program comes with a CD-ROM of written materials, including test questions and answers. English title also includes PowerPoint presentation.

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