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Job Safety (JSA) / Hotwork Permitting Awareness

Overview
The Job Safety Analysis (JSA) program is designed to provide information on establishing an effective job safety analysis procedure to identify and eliminate hazards.

Course Length: 2hrs (includes Hotwork Permitting) | Course Required By: Employer

Course Price: $95

Course Objectives
Upon completion of Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Awareness training, the student will be familiar with:
  • Able to understand and conduct a Job Safety Analysis
Written Exam
SMS requires a minimum score of 70%. Incorrectly answered questions will be reviewed with student to ensure understanding before completion of course.

Retraining
As required.

Hotwork Permitting (Safe Welding Awareness)
Overview: The Hotwork Permitting (Safe Welding Awareness) course is vital to most industries, where welding, cutting, and brazing are common procedures. There's always something that needs to be repaired, constructed, or taken down. You might have a single portable welding unit to do an occasional spot welding task, or you may have large electric welders to use in daily production.

Whenever welding, cutting or brazing occurs, everyone involved in the operation must take precautions to prevent fires, explosions, or personal injuries from exposure to toxic fumes.

Even in metal cutting or repair jobs that are considered routine, workers should always follow established safety procedures and resist the temptation to take short-cuts. There are three basic types of welding operations:
  • Oxygen-fuel gas welding joins metal parts by generating extremely high heat during combustion.
  • Resistance welding joins metals by generating heat through resistance created to the flow of electric current.
  • Arc welding joins or cuts metal parts by heat generated from an electric arc that extends between the welding electrode and the electrode placed on the equipment being welded.
Course Length: 2hrs (includes Job Safety Analysis) | Course Required By: BSEE CFR 250.109-113 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.252 (A)(2)

Course Objectives
Upon completion of Hotwork Permitting (Safe Welding Awareness) training, the student will be familiar with:
  • Explain welding safety program guidelines
  • Address welding hazards
  • Safe work practices
  • Requirement for fire watches where certain conditions exist
  • Welding safety when working in confined spaces
  • The importance of housekeeping
Written Exam
Written and hands-on competency will be evaluated at the end of each course. Incorrectly answered questions will be reviewed with student to ensure understanding before completion of course.

Retraining
As required.

To register, click the "Register Now!" button on the left. Questions? Contact us at training@acadian.com.


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