Our new Hot Work Safety training module is now in production and will be available for sale shortly.
The Hot Work Safety module is based on relevant regulations, including OSHA’s 1910 Subpart Q, 1915 Subpart D, and NFPA’s 51B. It is relevant for jobs involving welding, cutting, grinding, brazing, and any other work activity that uses an open flame or creates sparks or heat that could create a fire
- The definition of hot work
- The hot work permit and permit requirements
- The roles of management, the permit issuer (or permit-authorizing individual), the hot work operator, and the fire watch
- Designated hot work areas and permit-required hot work areas
- Hot work in confined spaces
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) and clothing considerations
- Hot work and contractors
The new module will include everything you’ve come to expect from Convergence Training, including SCORM compliance, engaging 3D animations, clear and concise audio, unscored progress review questions for self-assessment, and a robust test bank for assessment purposes.
Check back for updates as production continues, and we’ll be sure to announce when the new Hot Work Safety module is available for sale.