Friday, July 20, 2018

Welding

Welding Fires

Fires from welding operations are started by sparks, hot slag, and flame from the torch. Sparks often drop or are carried long distances by the wind. Slag falls on surfaces or materials below. And a welding torch flame can ignite many substances within a radius of several feet. Be familiar with the standard safety rules for welding so you can spot and report any problems.

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Welding And Cutting

Safety toolbox topic talk about the three "F's" of welding: fire, fumes, and face. These can be the keys to welding safely and preventing injuries.

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