Does your work create sparks or involve the use of an open flame or hot-air tools, or does it involve high temperatures in other ways? If so, you probably need a Hot Work Certificate. You can look forward to an informative and engaging learning experience! To gain a certificate you need to take this course, and a practical exercise in fire extinguishing.
This training gives participants practical competence in using various methods for extinguishing fire.
This course program consists of multiple courses.
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The course will give the participant the necessary knowledge about how a fire can start and develop, measures that must be taken to be able to perform hot work in a safe way, and how to put out a fire if it still happens.
The course is for anyone who will perform hot work or be in the role of fire watch in an area where it is carried out hot work.
Hot work is work where you use tools that emit enough sparks or heat for a fire to occur. Examples of hot work are welding, cutting, grinding, angle grinding, soldering, roofing with an open flame or hot air tool and other use of open flames.