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Conduct a continuous patrol of all designated areas at least once every 30 minutes. Look for observable signs of smoke, fire and hazardous conditions. Enter all stairwells - open doors and look into each stairwell. Enter all common areas including basements, lounges, laundry rooms, and dining areas.
A fire watch is the person or persons responsible for continuously observing hot work activity for the detection of, and response to, fires during hot work operations. A fire watch has the authority to stop work if necessary and conduct essential steps for restoring safe conditions within the hot work area.
Fire watches are required during any hot work activity and for at least 30 minutes after the work is completed in order to reduce the potential for ignitions and large fire losses. Theres a single exception: when there are no fire hazards or combustible materials in the hot work area.
Post a trained fire watcher within the work area, including lower levels if sparks or slag may fall during welding, including during breaks, and for at least 60 minutes after work has stopped.
A fire watch is required when the sum of all outages within a 24-hour timeframe goes beyond more than four hours. During a fire watch, all areas of the affected building must be continuously patrolled for smoke, fire, or any other abnormal conditions.
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A fire watch shall be maintained for at least a half hour after completion of welding or cutting operations to detect and extinguish possible smoldering fires. Authorization. Before cutting or welding is permitted, the area shall be inspected by the individual responsible for authorizing cutting and welding operations.
Fire watches are required during any hot work activity and for at least 30 minutes after the work is completed in order to reduce the potential for ignitions and large fire losses.
A fire watch is required when the sum of all outages within a 24-hour timeframe goes beyond more than four hours. During a fire watch, all areas of the affected building must be continuously patrolled for smoke, fire, or any other abnormal conditions.
A fire watch is the person or persons responsible for continuously observing hot work activity for the detection of, and response to, fires during hot work operations. A fire watch has the authority to stop work if necessary and conduct essential steps for restoring safe conditions within the hot work area.
A fire watch shall be maintained for at least a half hour after completion of welding or cutting operations to detect and extinguish possible smoldering fires. Authorization. Before cutting or welding is permitted, the area shall be inspected by the individual responsible for authorizing cutting and welding operations.

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