Oxygen and Acetylene (OxyGas) Welding Operations Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form
The Oxygen and Acetylene (OxyGas) Welding Operations Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form mobile app eliminates any delay between the time the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form is completed and a PDF is generated for your human resources records.
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This PDF is stored securely in the GoCanvas Cloud and is easily shared. No more manual data reentry from paper forms! The Oxygen and Acetylene (OxyGas) Welding Operations Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form mobile app provides consistent documentation for your business. The app covers person analyzing, required/recommended trainings, required PPE, the app takes a picture of the equipment and name of shop or dept. This Job Safety Analysis app analyzes tasks such as: Close off welding area. Prepare for welding (primarily on carbon steel, sometimes stainless and aluminum metal.) Clean tip, make sure hose connections and valves are tight, unwrap hoses. The app also lists hazards such as: Problems associated with welding equipment hardware. Damaging hoses during welding or causing a fire. Potential fire from contact with flammable chemicals and other flammable materials in the work area. Inhalation of fumes. The JSA includes controls like: Place welding shield/ flash barrier in position to shield outsiders from flashing and to prevent sparks and other potential ignition sources. Establish safety diameter around weld area (approx. 35 feet diameter). Remove flammable materials (e.g. aerosol spray cans-lubricants, etc.) from the welding area.
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