Many aspects of maintenance and engineering work involve hot work such as welding, burning, cutting, grinding and working with bitumen boilers etc. When these activities are carried out in direct contact or in close proximity to flammable or combustible substances there is the risk of explosion, fire and the production of toxic substances, with the potential consequences of serious injury, ill-health and or damage to property and the environment. It is therefore necessary to have a control procedure to reduce the risks associated with Hot Work to an acceptable level.
University Hot Work Procedures
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