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MEM 5.12C PERFORM ROUTINE MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING

MEM 5.12C PERFORM ROUTINE MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING

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    Safety Notes: Manual Metal Arc Welding Safety Notes: Manual Metal Arc Welding Presentation Transcript

    • SAFETY THEORY NOTES A POWER POINT PRESENTATION by John Sharples
      • MMAW HAZARDS
      • BURNS
      • ELECTRICITY
      • FUMES
      • ARC RADIATION
      • MMAW SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
      • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
      • PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
      • WELDING SCREENS
      • ELECTRICAL SAFETY
      • VENTILATION
      • BURNS
      • may occur when:-
      • Touching hot metal
      • Spatter, sparks or hot slag
      • Heat from the arc
      • ELECTRIC SHOCK
      • May occur:-
      • Welding in wet conditions
      • Contact with non-insulated welding circuit
      • Damaged welding plant or equipment
      • Body parts completing the welding circuit
      • WELDING FUMES
      • Fumes are given off from:-
      • The electrode flux coatings melting in the arc
      • Oxides or the surface coating on the metal being welded
      • ARC RADIATION
      • The welding arc emits:-
      • Ultra-violet rays
      • Infra-red rays
      • These rays can cause serious burns to your skin and eyes
      • Protective clothing and equipment
      • Adjustable helmet
      • And approve safety glasses
      • Fire proof overalls
      • or trousers/shirt
      • Leather gloves
      • No cuffs on the legs
      • Steel capped safety boots
      • Shade Recommended amps
      • 10 up to 150 amps
      • 11 150 – 250 amps
      • 12 250 – 300 amps
      • 13 300 – 400 amps
      • 14 over 400 amps
      • In any workshops welding screen must be erected to protect others
      • Must be made from non-reflective material
      • Can be portable type
      • Before turning the welding machine on :-
      • Check all welding cables are in good condition
      • Make sure all electrical connections are tight and in good repair
      • Make sure you wear all your PPE
      • Never hold the electrode or holder under your arm
      • Never use welding equipment in confined spaces or hazardous areas without supervision by a competent person
      • Never place your body in or across the welding circuit
      • Know where to turn the electrical power off on welding equipment
      • Methods of ensuring that the air is safe to breath are:-
      • Natural ventilation
      • Forced fume extraction
      • Respirators
      • Methods of limiting exposure to fumes include:-
      • Keep your head out of the fume rising from the arc
      • Avoid breathing fumes from metal such as stainless steels
      • Avoid breathing fumes from surface coating such as galvanised steel