Introduction

Welding and Allied Processes Training Online

Welding and Allied Processes Training Online

Welding and Allied Processes Training is designed to help you fulfill compliance requirements with health and safety regulations and standards in Canada and the US.

COURSE DURATION: 45 mins
CERTIFICATE VALIDITY: 3 years
DEVICE COMPATIBILITY: Desktop, Laptop, Tablet/iPad, Phone
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Overview

Welding and Allied Processes Training offers basic information on the different types of welding and allied processes. The central focus of the course is its discussion of the various physical and chemical hazards of these processes and the hazard control measures such as engineering controls, PPE, and safe work practices which help protect workers from them. It also includes first aid measures in case of accidental exposure in the workplace.

Who Needs Welding and Allied Processes Training?

This guide is intended for welders and other workers across a variety of industrial settings who work with heat and metals.

Course Outline

Introduction to welding

  • What is welding
  • Welding circuit
  • Components of a weld
  • Types of base metals
  • Common arc welding processes
  • Allied processes

Hazards of welding and allied processes

  • Hazard Information
  • Types of hazards
  • Physical hazards
  • Chemical hazards

Engineering controls

  • Adequate ventilation
  • Ventilation requirements
  • Methods in determining ventilation requirements
  • Types of ventilation systems
  • Fire suppression equipment and devices
  • Other engineering controls

Personal protective equipment

  • Protective clothing
  • Eyes, face, and head protection
  • Recommended shade numbers
  • Noise protection
  • Respiratory protection

Safe work practices

  • Toxic emissions
  • Electric shock
  • Welding in dangerous conditions
  • Radiation
  • Extreme temperature, burns, fire, and explosion
  • Confined spaces

First aid measures

  • Inhalation exposure to toxic emissions
  • Skin irritation and thermal burns
  • Eye irritation
  • Electric shock