Welding, Cutting and brazing Safety
Welding, cutting, and brazing pose unique safety and health risks to employees in many different industries and settings. Risks include exposure to a wide variety of chemical fumes and vapors, UV radiation, burns, electrical shock and even death.
At the Institute for Environmental Assessment, Inc. (IEA), our experienced health and safety consultants are thoroughly versed in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations that govern workplace activities involving welding, cutting and brazing. Founded in 1984, our firm serves clients nationwide from locations in Minnesota. Our clients include school districts, industrial and manufacturing businesses, hospitals and government agencies.
IEA safety evaluation
Our firm will assess your workplace and its processes and procedures. We look at issues such as:
- Storage requirements for compressed gas cylinders
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Exposure monitoring for airborne contaminants
- Training programs
- Schedule of replacement for welding leads and other equipment
Solutions designed for your workplace
Our consultants develop safety plans, equipment recommendations and training programs tailored to your unique circumstances. We evaluate the welding process and the substance being welded in light of your specific industry. Whether you are in construction, manufacturing or automotive repair, our health and safety consultants can help you protect your employees and remain in compliance with OSHA regulations.
Call IEA toll–free at 800.233.9513 for information about our safety consulting services related to welding, cutting and brazing. From offices in Minnesota, we serve the upper Midwest and beyond.