HOT WORK

HOT WORK

The term “hot work” refers to any labour that involves open flames, produces sparks, or can start a fire by other means. This typically includes welding, wheel or torch cutting, brazing, soldering, and grinding, but it can include other work.

Because this type of work poses such a unique combination of both safety and health hazards to workers, it requires a substantial amount of controls. When following proper procedures and using the controls that are in place, these hazards can be greatly reduced. Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to identify:

  • Hazards of hot work
  • Basic requirements for performing hot work
  • Elements of equipment safety
  • Special equipment and precautions to ensure the personal safety of hot work employees
  • Appropriate safety practices for arc welding and cutting and oxygen-fuel gas cutting and welding
Course elements include:
  • Hot work hazards
  • Hot work basics
  • Equipment safety
  • Personal protection
  • Welding and cutting

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10 + 3 =

Note: Applicable to all courses 

​Language instructed:

  • English

  • It is recommended that participants registering have an English Level greater than or equivalent to Grade 10 English (British Columbia School System)