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This Hot Work Permit is required for any operation involving open flame or producing heat and/or sparks. This work includes, but is not limited to, welding, brazing, cutting, grinding, soldering, thawing pipe, torch-applied roofing, or chemical welding.
Permit AuthorizationThe hot work permit should contain the following information: Name of employee or contractor authorized to perform the hot work. Location of hot work area. Nature of work to be performed. Issue date and expiration date of permit. Signature of authorizing supervisor.
In addition, a hot work permit must include the date and time the work is authorized and must identify the equipment to be worked on. The permit must be kept on file until the hot work operation is completed.
Definition. Hot work means riveting, welding, flame cutting or other fire or spark-producing operation. 1917.152(b) Hot work in confined spaces. Hot work shall not be performed in a confined space until a designated person has tested the atmosphere and determined that it is not hazardous.
Hot Work: Any temporary or permanent operation involving open flames or producing heat and/or sparks including but not limited to brazing, cutting, grinding, soldering, torch-applied roofing, pipe thawing and welding.
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In most workplaces where hot work is undertaken from time to time, such as maintenance welding to fix a machine, a temporary hot work permit is required. Permits do not need to be issued when hot work operations are regularly performed in designated areas that have been cleared of hazards.
Is a Hot Work Permit required by code? Yes. A permit system for Hot Work is required by the State Fire Prevention Code and OSHA.
This Hot Work Permit is required for any operation involving open flame or producing heat and/or sparks. This work includes, but is not limited to, welding, brazing, cutting, grinding, soldering, thawing pipe, torch-applied roofing, or chemical welding.
The hot work permit shall contain the following information: The effective time and date; The place of use; The hours during which the source of ignition may be used, not to exceed 24 hours; The specific location or piece of equipment where the source of ignition will be used; The nature of the use; The
Hot Work: Any temporary or permanent operation involving open flames or producing heat and/or sparks including but not limited to brazing, cutting, grinding, soldering, torch-applied roofing, pipe thawing and welding.

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