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Remind workers about the hot work program on the construction site in this weekly safety meeting agenda.
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Construction by it’s nature involves working around hot objects. Heat is often used to bind things together (welding) or to tear them apart (torching). It can also be used to make things more malleable or heat the jobsite. Whether we like it or not – heat is useful.
It’s for that reason that heat is used extensively throughout the project, and workers need constant reminders of it’s danger. There are many ways that things can go wrong if proper precautions aren’t taken. Setting up a hot work program is an essential part of any safe jobsite.
A hot work program is a program that requires identification, permits and sign off on any hot work that is going to occur on the jobsite. This ensures all supervisory staff are aware of it and that the proper safety measures are in place in the event of an emergency.
Use this safety meeting template to reinforce your hot work program to the workers and team members on your jobsite.
01 – General, 02 – Siteworks, 03 – Concrete, 04 – Masonry, 05 – Steel, 06 – Wood And Plastic, 07 – Waterproofing, 08 – Doors And Windows, 09 – Finishes, 10 – Specialties, 11 – Equipment, 12 – Furnishings, 13 – Special Construction, 14 – Conveying, 15 – Mechanical, 16 – Electrical
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