Permit to Work for Hot Works

Permit to Work Hot Works

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This workplace safety training course might be just what you’re looking for to train your employees on critical risks in your workplace.

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Undertaking hot work is highly hazardous and requires a Permit to Work.

Hot work includes:

  • arc welding (including electric arc and plasma arc)
  • brazing or soldering
  • use of naked flames such as:
    • oxy-acetylene (for welding or cutting)
    • propane torches
    • open flame weld heat treatment processes
    • gas heating equipment
  • any other process that produces a stream of sparks (e.g. use of cutting or grinding discs or wire buffing), and;
  • use of electrical equipment with exposed heating elements.

The training takes you through each section of a generic Permit Form and explains how to complete it.

Course length: 15 mins (10 mins video + assessment)

  • Certificate of completion
  • GAP Reporting
  • Facilitator’s Guide including video transcript and Assessment Q&A’s
  • All content can be customised
  • Pause and resume function

This course is suitable for use in Australia.

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