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Whether you work for a Forge, Foundry, Shipyard, Petrochemical company, Coal mine, or any other type of industry, we believe this library will help you.
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In this post you'll learn Assessing and Quantifying VibrationTechonology to reduce industrial hand tools vibrationUltra Low Vibration ScalersMonitoring devices to measure and avoid harmful effects According to the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA), Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV) is a vibration exposure that mainly affects people who regularly use vibrating pneumatic, electric, hydraulic, and gasoline-powered […]
In this post you'll learn What are the advantages of NFPA 704?When is NFPA 704 required?How to display the fire diamond?What do the colors in the fire diamond mean?Health Hazard (blue)Flammability Hazard (red)Instability Hazard (yellow)Special Hazards (white) There are many different types of labeling hazardous goods. Each has a distinct role to play, and it’s […]
A pressurized welding enclosure (PWE) is a fully enclosed area that is safe for welding work near classified environments or otherwise dangerous. Some systems use a computer to control atmospheric monitoring and welding equipment.
Non-sparking tools are essential in maintenance, operation, and modification jobs. Certain electric, hydraulic or pneumatic tools are indispensable across the board, and especially when performing a job in an Offshore Platform.
Pipeline integrity management is about being compliant with regulations and having a program that ensures safety and lowers operational costs. Operators have the best programs when they have a good system for managing pipeline integrity. They manage their processes, documentation, metrics, and organization to be more efficient with pipeline integrity.
In this post you'll learn Lifting operationsChemical agentsFatigueConfined spacesThe SAGA SPRAY accident in 2006Falls, slips, and trips Docking is a high-risk industry. The work environment is challenging, and the job often requires workers to do their jobs with heavy equipment despite extreme weather conditions. Workers in seaports and docks must be prepared to work through […]
Hastelloy delivers strength at high temperatures and exceptional corrosion resistance, ideal for use in chemical process plants and petrochemical industry.
The use of high-temperature gases and electrical arcs in welding means that as no mechanical energy has imparted the distance the sparks travel is reduced. However, in both cases, the hot material in spark form is close to the melting point of the material being worked on.
Work permit generation in process plants handling a highly flammable powder or combustible dust will necessarily focus on risk reduction or prevention.
We will discuss the process of inspecting pipelines in explosive environments. coatings, and the job responsibility of NACE inspectors, and the preparation of a good surface profile for pipeline networks and oil field tanks.
Moisture in compressed air may cause problems for pneumatic tools and increase down time and maintenance as a result. Learn how to avoid it.