Safety Training
HR Compliance
Search By Industry
Course Packages
About Us
Contact Us

Preview Course

Hot Work Safety and the Permitting Process

Preview Course

Prevent hot work accidents and fires by understanding the risks, implementing safety measures, and promoting awareness.

14 minutes   |   SKU: CS287    |    Language(s): EN / ES    |    Produced 2017








14 minutes

Training Objectives

Identify hot work hazards
Implement safety protocols
Educate on fire prevention
Promote proactive safety

Course Overview

"Hot work" includes any tasks that involve flame or high heat, or can act as an ignition source. One in five industrial fires are caused by hot work and it can create major problems on construction sites as well.  Hot work accidents result in more than $300 million in property damage and more than 30 fatalities per year, but these incidents are preventable. Atlantic Training's "Hot Work Safety and the Permitting Process" training products discuss the hazards that can be encountered in hot work and focus on how employees can use the permitting process and other safe practices to perform these tasks more safely.

Topics covered in these products include:

  • Hot work and its hazards.
  • The purpose of a Hot Work Permit.
  • First steps in the permitting process.
  • Preparing the work area.
  • Performing hot work safely.
  • Hot work in confined spaces.
  • and more.

Super Flexible Formatting

You’ll never find yourself scratching your head, trying to figure out why
you can’t get our videos to play or courses loaded into any platform.

Access courses
in our EHS Software.

View this course in a classroom
environment, or assign it to your
team individually with testing
and recordkeeping capabilities.

Load courses
into your platform.

Each title includes an embed
feature that allows users to add
videos to their existing training
platform or LMS.

Access courses
in our LMS.

View this course in a classroom
environment, or assign it to your
team individually with testing
and recordkeeping capabilities.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this page is subject to change and is for promotional and informational purposes only. Prior to acting on the information contained on this page, verify all information against the latest OSHA and applicable standards, regulations, and guidelines. Please also contact us with any questions you have related to this information. Under no circumstances will Atlantic Training, LLC be held responsible for direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental injuries or damages, or any damages or injuries whatsoever, whether resulting from contract, negligence, or other torts, related to the utilization of this information or the contents of this page. Atlantic Training retains the right to incorporate, remove, or adjust the contents on this page without prior notice.