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AS 1674.1-1997 (R2016) Safety in welding and allied processes - Part 1: Fire precautions

Abbreviation
AS 1674.1-1997 (R2016)
Valid from
05/09/1997

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
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PDF


Description

This Standard specifies precautions to be taken prior to and during hot work (including welding and allied processes), to prevent the possibility of fire or explosion, which may result in harm to persons or property.

In particular, such precautions apply to hot work during manufacturing, construction, maintenance, repairs, demolition and where plant or equipment has contained flammable, combustible or explosive material.

Measures for the protection of operators against electric shock, asphyxiation, poisoning and other hazards are not covered by this Standard, which also does not deal with protective clothing.

Notes:

  1. Although primarily oriented to hot work that is related to welding and allied processes, this Standard can generally be applied to other forms of ignition sources in hazardous areas.
  2. General information on safety in welding is covered in WTIA Technical Note 7.

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Referenced in regard to safety warnings welding and brazing - filler metals

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Referenced in regard to safety warnings welding and brazing - filler metals

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AS 1674.1-1997 (R2016) Safety in welding and allied processes - Part 1: Fire precautions

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AS 1674.1-1997 (R2016) Safety in welding and allied processes - Part 1: Fire precautions

Description

This Standard specifies precautions to be taken prior to and during hot work (including welding and allied processes), to prevent the possibility of fire or explosion, which may result in harm to persons or property.

In particular, such precautions apply to hot work during manufacturing, construction, maintenance, repairs, demolition and where plant or equipment has contained flammable, combustible or explosive material.

Measures for the protection of operators against electric shock, asphyxiation, poisoning and other hazards are not covered by this Standard, which also does not deal with protective clothing.

Notes:

  1. Although primarily oriented to hot work that is related to welding and allied processes, this Standard can generally be applied to other forms of ignition sources in hazardous areas.
  2. General information on safety in welding is covered in WTIA Technical Note 7.

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AS 1674.1-1997 (R2016) Safety in welding and allied processes - Part 1: Fire precautions
Description

This Standard specifies precautions to be taken prior to and during hot work (including welding and allied processes), to prevent the possibility of fire or explosion, which may result in harm to persons or property.

In particular, such precautions apply to hot work during manufacturing, construction, maintenance, repairs, demolition and where plant or equipment has contained flammable, combustible or explosive material.

Measures for the protection of operators against electric shock, asphyxiation, poisoning and other hazards are not covered by this Standard, which also does not deal with protective clothing.

Notes:

  1. Although primarily oriented to hot work that is related to welding and allied processes, this Standard can generally be applied to other forms of ignition sources in hazardous areas.
  2. General information on safety in welding is covered in WTIA Technical Note 7.
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AS 1674.1-1997 (R2016) Safety in welding and allied processes - Part 1: Fire precautions

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