Course Title

Safe use of welding machine

A brief about this course

Qualification overview

Safe use of welding machine Welder qualification is a process which examines and documents a welder's capability to create welds of acceptable quality following a well-defined welding procedure. Welder qualification is based on specially designed tests to determine a welder's skill and ability to deposit sound weld metal. The welder's tests consist of many variables, including the specific welding process, type of metal, thickness, joint design, position, and others. Most often, the test is conducted in accordance with a particular code.

Topics covered at minimum

Course contents

Identify hazards of welding operations

Health protection and ventilation

Fire hazards, metal splatter,

Management and supervisor's responsibilities

Dilution ventilation

Welding or cutting containers and confined spaces

Oxygen and arc cutting (regulations & general requirements)

Transmission & pipeline

Oxygen fuel gas welding and cutting

Proper oxygen storage

Protection of personnel

Test your knowledge (course exercises)

Familiarization of where these hazards are found (oil and gas sectors)

Fire prevention safeguards & special precautions

Proper operating procedure (hose and hose connections)

Determine and know the prohibited areas

Who should attend

Target participants

Managers/ Executives /Engineers/ Welders

Technicians and supervisors who want to have basic knowledge and understanding of the common welding processes and quality



What are the wellbeing safety measures utilized in welding?

Welding caps with side-safeguards. Welding head protectors shield you from UV radiation, particles, garbage, hot slag and synthetic consumes.

  • Respirators. Respirators shield you from exhaust and oxides that the welding cycle makes.
  • Fireproof dress.
  • Ear security.
  • Boots and gloves.

For what reason is safety significant in welding?

Without wearing the appropriate PPE (individual defensive hardware), welders can encounter an assortment of actual risks, including eye harm, cuts, consumes or even squashed fingers and toes. These wounds ought to be treated appropriately, as they can put a welder jobless now and again.

What are the 4 sorts of welding?

There are four fundamental sorts of welding. MIG – Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), TIG – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Stick – Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) and Flux-cored – Flux-cored Arc Welding (FCAW).

How dangerous is welding?

Welders face hazardous risks every single day they turn up for their shift. The danger of electric shock, fire and blast, consumes, electric stun, vision harm, inward breath of noxious gases and exhaust, and openness to exceptional bright radiation is a genuine and present threat.

Is welding bad for health?

Prolonged exposure to welding fume may cause lung damage and various types of cancer, including lung, larynx and urinary tract. … Health effects from certain fumes may include metal fume fever, stomach ulcers, kidney damage and nervous system damage.

How much does it cost to attend a course?

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How do I order this course from BEC.

This is simple, you can either make your booking or enquiry online, or call us on 02 552 2500, where our training advisors will advice you on the training solutions we offer.

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