Powered Industrial Trucks (29 DFR 1910.178)

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Welding and Cutting 29 CFR 1926 Subpart JPresented by ETTA Bureau 919 807 2875This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
ObjectivesIn this course we will discuss the following OSHA s minimum requirements for Gas welding and cutting Arc welding and cutting.
Fire preventionNCDOL Photo Library Ventilation and protection Safe use handling and precautions to take whenwelding and cutting.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Subpart J Welding and Cutting 1926 350 Gas welding and cutting 1926 351 Arc welding and cutting.
1926 352 Fire prevention 1926 353 Ventilation and protection inwelding cutting and heating 1926 354 Welding cutting and heatingin way of preservative coatings.
NCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 1 Compressed gas cylinders must have valve.
protection caps in place and secured exceptwhen in useNCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 2 Compressed gas cylinders must only behoisted while secured as on a cradle or pallet Cylinders must not be hoisted.
by magnet choker sling orcylinder capsNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 3 Cylinders shall be moved by tilting or rolling ontheir bottom edgesNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 5 Valve protection caps must not be used for lifting Frozen cylinders must not be NCDOL Photo Library.
Pried loose with bars under valvesor valve protection caps Hit with a tool Thawed using boiling waterThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 6 Unless cylinders are firmly secured on a special carrierintended for this purpose regulators shall be removedand valve protection caps put in place before cylinders.
NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 7 .
Cylinders must be secured while in use A suitable cylinder truck chain or othersteadying device must be usedto keep cylinders from beingknocked over.
NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 8 9 .
Valves must be closed when work is finished cylinders are empty or whenmoved NCDOL Photo Library Cylinders must be securedupright except when being.
hoisted or carriedNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 a 10 .
Oxygen cylinders must be separated from fuelgas cylinders and combustible materials Either a minimum of 20 feet or A barrier at least 5 feet high having a fire resistanceNCDOL Photo Library.
rating of 30 minutesThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 b 1 4 Cylinders must not be exposed to sparks hot.
slag or flame Cylinders must not become part of an electricalcircuit or have electrodes struck against them Fuel gas cylinders must be placed with valveend up when in use.
Fuel gas cylinders shall not be taken intoconfined spacesThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 c 1 c 3 .
Cylinders must not be used as rollers or No damaged or defective cylinder shall be used Cylinders can become damaged from falling heat electric circuits motion vibration or anything elsethat may cause a weakness or crack in the cylinder.
wall or shellThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 d 1 d 2 Before regulators are connected valve must be slightly.
opened and then immediately closed to clear away dust Where a special wrench is required to close valve itmust be left in position on the stemNCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo Library.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 f 1 Fuel gas and oxygen hoses must be easilydistinguishable from each other by color or.
sense of touch Oxygen and fuel gas hoses must not beinterchangeable NCDOL PhotoThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 f 2 When parallel sections of oxygen and fuel gashoses are taped together not more than 4 outof 12 shall be covered by tapeNCDOL Photo Library.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 f 3 4 Hoses must be inspected before use Defective hose must not be used.
Hose subjected to flashback severe wear or damagemust be tested to twice thenormal working pressureNCDOL Photo Library.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 d 4 When not in use or work is completed Close valve.
Bleed lines of pressureNCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 g 1 Torch tip openings must only be cleaned withdevices designed for that purposeNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 g 2 Torches must be inspected before each use forleaking valves hose couplings and tipconnections.
Defective torches must not be usedNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 g 3 .
Torches must not be lit from matches cigarettelighters other flames or hot work They must be lighted by friction lighters or otherapproved devices NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo Library.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Gas Welding and Cutting 1926 350 i Oxygen cylinders and fittings must be keptaway from oil and grease.
Sparks and flamesNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 a 1 .
Only manual electrode holders designed for arcwelding must be used NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 a 2 Current carrying parts passing through amanual electrode holder to be held by the usermust be insulated against the maximum voltageNCDOL Photo Library.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 b 2 b 4 Cables must be free of repair or splices for 10 feet fromholder unless insulated to equal value of cable.
Worn or exposed cable must be protected by insulationequal to original value of cable or not usedNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 c 1 Ground return cables must have maximumcurrent carrying capacity of unit servedNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 d 1 Unattended electrode holders must be madesafe by removing electrodes and placed orprotected to prevent injury.
NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 d 3 .
Whenever the welder leaves stops work ormoves the welding machine power supplyswitch must beturned offNCDOL Photo Library.
This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 d 4 Arc welding or cutting equipment that is faultyor defective must not be used.
NCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Arc Welding and Cutting 1926 351 e Arc welding cutting operations shall be shielded.
or screened off to protect employees in thevicinity from direct rays and sparksNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Fire Prevention 1926 352 a b To the extent possible hot work must beperformed in designated areas free of fire Hot work done in areasnot free of fire hazards.
Precautions taken to confineheat sparks and slag Cannot contact flammable orcombustible material NCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Fire Prevention 1926 352 d e Fire extinguishing equipment must be readilyavailable and maintained in readiness for use When normal fire prevention precautions are.
not sufficient additional personnel must beassigned to guardagainst fire duringNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Fire Prevention 1926 352 h Drums and containers of flammable orcombustible liquids must be kept closed Empty containers must be removed from the.
hot work area NCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Ventilation and Protection 1926 353 a 1 Local exhaust ventilation must keep smoke.
and fumes in the breathing zone within safe As defined in Subpart D Occupational Healthand Environmental ControlsNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Ventilation and Protection 1926 353 b 1 3 When hot work is performed in a confined General mechanical or local exhaust must beprovided or.
Employees in the space must wear supplied airrespirators and An attendant on theoutside must beequipped and prepared NCDOL Photo Library.
to provide emergencyaid This presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Ventilation and Protection 1926 353 d 1 ii Employees exposed to welding arcs or sparks.
must be protected by filter lenses Meet the requirements of Subpart E 1926 102 Eye and face protection NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department of.
Labor for safety and health training Ventilation and Protection 1926 353 d 1 iii Workers exposed to radiation must be suitablyprotected to prevent burns by ultraviolet rays Welding helmets and hand shields must be free of.
leaks and openingsNCDOL Photo Library NCDOL Photo LibraryNCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training .
Ventilation and Protection 1926 353 e 2 Employees performing any type of welding cutting or heating must be protected by suitableeye protective equipment In accordance with requirements of Subpart E.
NCDOL Photo LibraryThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training Welding Cutting and Heating 1926 354 a b Before hot work is commenced on any surface.
covered by a preservative coating Test must be made by competent person todetermine flammability NCDOL Photo Library If flammable must be strippedfrom area to be heated to.
prevent ignitionThis presentation was created by the N C Department ofLabor for safety and health training During this course we discussed OSHA s minimum requirements for .
Gas welding and cutting Arc welding and cuttingNCDOL Photo Library Fire prevention Ventilation and protection.
Arc Welding and Cutting. Only manual electrode holders designed for arc welding must be used. 1926.351(a)(1) NCDOL Photo Library. NCDOL Photo Library. This presentation was created by the N.C. Department of Labor for safety and health training.

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