NFPA 51B Std for Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other Hot Work 2009 50% OFF!

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Increase protection against hot-work injuries with new NFPA 51B protocols for equipment, PPE, and hazard awareness.

The 2009 NFPA 51B: Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other Hot Work provides vital requirements for anyone who manages, supervises, or performs hot work--including outside contractors and property managers. Provisions apply to welding and allied processes, heat treating, grinding, thawing pipe, powder-driven fasteners, hot riveting, and similar applications producing a spark, flame, or heat.

Updated to avoid the latest recognized hazards, NFPA 51B advances safety on the job with:

  • A new requirement for listed and/or approved welding blankets, pads, and curtains, included definitions of the terms
  • Updated permit information
  • Clarification of the "35-foot" rule
  • Alternative methods to hot work
  • Requirements for hot work contractor site-specific hazard awareness
  • New requirements for PPE

To stay up-to-code, reduce fire risks, and ensure the safety of employees and facilities, rely on NFPA 51B.

(Softbound, 18 pp., 2009)

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DescriptionIncrease protection against hot-work injuries with new NFPA 51B protocols for equipment, PPE, and hazard awareness.

The 2009 NFPA 51B: Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other Hot Work provides vital requirements for anyone who manages, supervises, or performs hot work--including outside contractors and property managers. Provisions apply to welding and allied processes, heat treating, grinding, thawing pipe, powder-driven fasteners, hot riveting, and similar applications producing a spark, flame, or heat.

Updated to avoid the latest recognized hazards, NFPA 51B advances safety on the job with:

  • A new requirement for listed and/or approved welding blankets, pads, and curtains, included definitions of the terms
  • Updated permit information
  • Clarification of the "35-foot" rule
  • Alternative methods to hot work
  • Requirements for hot work contractor site-specific hazard awareness
  • New requirements for PPE

To stay up-to-code, reduce fire risks, and ensure the safety of employees and facilities, rely on NFPA 51B.

(Softbound, 18 pp., 2009)

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