Safety Training


Working with lab equipments, fabrication, erection, handling of heavy materials, LT/HT line work always been a dangerous job but the technical person, engineers, helpers, already knows how to protect individually as fast as alert. The goal of this safety rules and safety program described below is to make all contractor, team worker, and helper aware of the life saving precaution that must always they taken whenever dealing with LT/HT line, erection / handling of heavy materials etc. We want every team worker, engineers, and technical person to become knowledgeable about the safety from hazards.

WAY OF PERSONAL SAFETY: there are primary ways to protect people from danger of erection work, over head work, LT/HT line erection / connecting, uneven factory premises.


Maintaining SAFE DISTANCE is a very straight forward form of protection. SAFETY CLOTHING has to be your primary line of defense.
SAFETY GOGGLES is use for fabrication work, lab equipment processing work, mainly over head work etc.
SAFETY BELT is must for high altitude work or over head work.

Accidents involving LT/HT line, erection, handling of heavy materials are common events. Sadly many of deaths and injuries that have occurred could have been prevented by observing common sense safety precaution.

We have made safety precaution program for new worker Engineer, technical person, helpers etc. After training they can work at any site.

The entire safety programs are generated by our safety officer. He is working in our company for safety precaution program development by his training and ultimate guidance. After taken the training of our safety program the entire SITE Worker including Supervisor, Engineer feel free of dangerous / hazard. Now they have confidence for doing hard work or critical work with easiest way with TIME LIMIT.

1.General - Welding & Cutting Safety
a. Wear the PPE required for the job.
b. Use appropriate mats and shields.
c. Keep welding leads and burning hoses clear of passageways.
d. Inspect all leads, grounds, clamps, welding machines, hoses, gauges, torches and cylinders before each use. Remove defective equipment from service, tag and notify your supervisor.
e. Avoid breathing fumes. Use exhaust fans, blowers or a respirator. (Must have training and fitting to use respirators).
f. Do not weld or cut on closed vessels, tanks, etc., which have not been cleaned. g. Each welder is responsible for containing sparks and slag and/or removing combustibles to prevent fires.
h. A dry chemical fire extinguisher must be within 30 feet of any welding, cutting or open flame work.

Fire extinguisher training is required for all associates who operate welding equipment. All training is to be documented and turned into the Personnel Coordinator.

2.Cutting (gas burning)
a. Wear appropriate PPE required for the job.
b. Approved goggles shall be worn with at least a #3 filter with a safety lens on both sides of the filter.
c. An approved welding helmet shall be worn.
d. All hoses, gauges and torches shall be inspected before each use.
e. Before connecting regulators to cylinders, carefully open the cylinder valve a crack to blow out any foreign particles. Close the valve. After the regulator is connected, stand to one side of the gauge while the cylinder valve is opened. Open the cylinder valve slowly.
f. Be certain that the second stage of the regulator is closed BEFORE opening the cylinder valve.
g. Open valves on fuel gas cylinders (propane, acetylene, natural gas) 1/4 turn only. Open oxygen cylinder valves wide open. Valve wrench must be kept in place during use.
h .Do not exceed 15 PSI on the torch side of the gauge when using acetylene.
i. When lighting a torch, open the gas valve on the torch BEFORE opening the oxygen valve. Use an approved spark lighter. Do not use matches or cigarettes to light a torch.
j. Compressed gas cylinders must be tied off vertically to an adequate support while in storage, transit or use.
k. Spare oxygen cylinders are to be stored separate from other compressed gases and flammables and must be tied off vertically to an adequate support.
l. Do not use compressed gas to clean your clothing or to clean your work area. m. Place cylinders and hoses where they are not exposed to sparks and slag from the cutting operation.

Welding is a safe process when sufficient measures are taken to protect the welder from potential hazards and when proper operating practices are followed. Major hazards welders can encounter if these dangers are overlooked include fumes and gases, arc rays and sparks, and electric shock.