Welding Safety – Module ID 29101

Welding Safety – Module ID 29101


Welding Safety (Module 29101) This module introduces trainees to the all-important topic of safety in the weld- ing trade. The work of welders includes joining pipe sections for oil and natural gas pipelines; building ships; and working in a variety of industrial environments such as power plants, refineries, chemical plants, and manufac- turing facilities.

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Learning Objective 1 – Describe the welding craft and its apprenticeship program.

  • Define welding and its common forms.
  • Summarize the NCCER training and apprenticeship program.

Learning Objective 2 – List a welder’s personal protective equipment (PPE) and describe its role.

  • Identify and describe body, foot, and hand PPE.
  • Identify and describe head PPE.

Learning Objective 3 – Summarize welding environment hazards and associated safety practices.

  • Outline welding safety and the factors that contribute to accidents.
  • List general workplace safety practices.
  • Describe fire safety, hot work permits, and fire watch requirements.
  • Describe confined spaces and their safety practices.
  • Summarize welding equipment safety practices.
  • Explain respiratory hazards, ventilation, and associated safety equipment.
  • Describe using a safety data sheet (SDS) to handle materials safely.

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  • This is a knowledge-based module; there are no Performance Tasks.

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