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Module 5 - Soldering, Brazing, and Welding


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Module 5 - Soldering, Brazing, and Welding

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Soldering, Brazing and Welding


This module describes hazards during soldering, brazing, and welding and precautions against these hazards.

Upon the completion of this module, you will understand how to:

1. Describe the safety requirements technicians should follow during welding operations.
2. Explain the safety precautions that should be followed when breaking, cleaning, and rejoining piping and connections.
3. Describe the potential health hazards faced by welders.
4. Describe the hazards involved when working with an oxyacetylene welding setup.
5. Describe the necessary precautions for handling oxygen and acetylene cylinders.
6. Describe the necessary precautions for handling propane cylinders.

Topic 1: Safety Precautions for Soldering, Brazing, and Welding

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Personal Safety for Torches and Welding Equipment
* Checks for Torches and Arc Welding Equipment
* Tips for Safety While Brazing
* OSHA Soldering, Brazing, Welding, and Cutting Checklist
* Check-Point Question: Safety Tips
* Piping and Connections
* Isolating Sections of Piping
* Fumes from Welding
* Safeguarding Against Fire Hazards
* Health Hazards for Welders
* Check-Point Question: Safety Precautions
* Topic Summary

Topic 2: Working with Oxygen, Acetylene, and Propane

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Hazards and Precautions for Oxyacetylene Welding Setup
* Precautions for Handling Oxygen and Acetylene Cylinders
* Working with Propane
* Check-Point Question: Working with Acetylene
* Check-Point Question: Working with Propane
* Topic Summary
* Assessment


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