Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Basic Welding: Continuing Education Unit Professional Development Course

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This CEU training manual has been prepared to assist employees in the general awareness of the dangerous welding procedures and operations. Dealing with often-complex procedures and requirements for safely handling hazardous energy and fire related subjects. The scope of the material is quite large, requiring a major effort to bring it under control. Employee health and safety, as well as that of the public, depend upon careful application of federal and state regulations and safe working procedures.

This course will cover general laws, regulations, required procedures and work rules relating to welding and fire related procedures and principles. It should be noted, however, that the federal and state regulations are an ongoing process and subject to change over time. This manual is a guidance document for employees who are learning general electrical and welding principles. It is not designed to meet the full requirements of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the Department of Labor-Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations. Only qualified licensed welders should be allowed to work on any or all related installations or components. This course will not qualify you to work on any type of electrical system, welder or component.

This course manual will provide welding general guidance and safety procedures and should not be used as a preliminary basis for developing general welding procedures. This document is not detailed electrical procedure or electrical safety textbook or a comprehensive source book on electrical safety or building codes rules and regulations. Technical Learning College makes no warranty, guarantee or representation as to the absolute correctness or appropriateness of the information in this manual and assumes no responsibility in connection with the implementation of this information.

It cannot be assumed that this manual contains all measures and concepts required for specific conditions or circumstances. This document should be used for guidance and is not considered a legal document. Individuals who are responsible for welding or electrical repairs or installation and the health and safety of workers should obtain and comply with the most recent federal, state, and local regulations relevant to these sites and are urged to consult with OSHA, the EPA and other appropriate federal, state, and local agencies.

1. Basic Electrical Terms
2. Welding Introduction
3. Gas Welding
4. Welding Safety Section
5. Who’s Responsibility?
6. Welding Fumes
7. Safety Summary
8. Oxy-Acetylene Welding Section
9. Brazing Section
10. Brazing Tips
11. MIG Welding Section
12. Joint Set-up
13. Electrical Charge
14. Electrical Shock
15. Electrocution
16. Understanding Alternating Current
17. Understanding Voltage
18. Understanding Amperage
19. Arc Welding Section
20. Current and Electrodes
21. Different Arc Welding Processes
22. Arc Welding Steps
23. Welding Environment
24. Arc Welding Troubleshooting
25. Metallurgy Section
26. Fire Safety Section
27. Understanding Fire
28. Fire Triangel
29. Fire Protection
30. Fire Protection Measures
31. Fire Extinguisher Section
32. OSHA Fire Rule

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