Overview of Welding Safety Webinar
September 30, 2015
10:00 AM (EST)
This live, interactive event covers the basics of welding safety and is designed for individuals who may require beginner level knowledge or who may supervise welding activities and need a fundamental understanding of welding safety. This training defines basic terms, reviews some of the common types of welding, explains details on identifying and controlling welding hazards and elaborates on the responsibilites of management who oversee the welding process.
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This training explains the basics of welding safety and is designed for individuals that may require beginner level knowledge or who may supervise welding activities and need a fundamental understanding of welding safety. Viewers will acquire a basic understanding of common terms, common types of welding, and details on identifying and controlling welding hazards. This course also covers the responsibilities of management who oversee the welding process. Duration: 66:00 minutes.
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