Hot Work: Safety Operations Training - Online Training Course
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- According to OSHA, hot work is defined as any work that involves burning, welding, using fire- or spark-producing tools, or that produces a source of ignition. Because of the potential dangers associated with hot work, it is critical everyone involved understands their role in keeping themselves and others around them safe from harm.
- This program is designed to guide employees directly involved in hot work operations through the hot work process, helping to prevent injuries and damage to facilities. Specifically, it covers the basics of hot work, how to prepare for and protect yourself and others during hot work operations, and what to do after the job is complete.
- The J. J. Keller's Hot Work: Safety Operations Training eLearning course covers the following topic:
- Hot Work Basics
- Hot Work Areas (designated areas, permit-required areas, prohibited areas)
- Roles & Responsibilities (management, hot work operator, fire watch, permit authorizing individual)
- The Hot Work Permit (hot work policy, parts of a permit)
- Preparation & Protection
- Hot Work Hazard Prevention (fires & explosions, toxic fumes & gases, harmful radiation, electrical shock, noise, combustible dust, falling objects)
- Preparing an Area for Hot Work (floors & surrounding equipment, walls or ceilings, enclosed equipment, confined spaces)
- Completing Hot Work Operations
- Responding to an Emergency (call fire department, company-specific info)
- Concluding Hot Work (fire watch stays, removal of permit)
- Hot Work Basics
- After completing this course, learners will be able to:
- Explain the roles of the hot work operator, fire watch, and permit authorizing individual in hot work safety
- Identify the components of a completed hot work permit
- Recognize common hot work hazards and discuss ways to prevent them
- Describe how to arrange a fire-safe area for temporary hot work
- Intended Audience: General industry employees directly involved in any work that involves burning, welding, using fire- or spark-producing tools, or that produces a source of ignition.
- Regs Covered: 29 CFR 1910.251 – 255, Subpart Q, and NFPA 51B
- Length: 30 minutes
- Available in English & Spanish
- Copyright Date: 2016 (Rev. 12/16), Spanish 2016
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