Safety & Health Fact Sheets

Safety & Health Fact Sheets

Download these free Safety and Health Fact Sheets

The free PDF documents below provide clear help in addressing common safety and health concerns. For more detailed information, refer to the free ANSI Z49.1 standard.

  1. Fumes and Gases
  2. Radiation
  3. Noise
  4. Chromium and Nickel in Welding Fume
  5. Electrical Hazards
  6. Fire and Explosion Prevention
  7. Burn Protection
  8. Mechanical Hazards
  9. Tripping and Falling
  10. Falling Objects
  11. Confined Spaces
  12. Contact Lens Wear
  13. Ergonomics in the Welding Environment
  14. Graphic Symbols for Precautionary Labels
  15. Style Guidelines for Safety and Health Documents
  16. Implantable Medical Devices and Arc Welding/Cutting
  17. Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF)
  18. Lockout/Tagout/Tryout
  19. Laser Welding and Cutting Safety
  20. Thermal Spraying Safety
  21. Resistance Spot Welding
  22. Cadmium Exposure from Welding and Allied Processes
  23. California Proposition 65
  24. Fluxes for Arc Welding and Brazing: Safe Handling and Use
  25. Metal Fume Fever
  26. Arc Viewing Distance
  27. Thoriated Tungsten Electrodes
  28. Oxyfuel Safety: Check Valves and Flashback Arrestors
  29. Grounding of Portable and Vehicle Mounted Welding Generators
  30. Cylinders: Safe Storage, Handling, and Use
  31. Eye and Face Protection for Welding and Cutting Operations
  32. GHS – and Hazard Communications for the Welder
  33. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Welding and Cutting
  34. Coated Steels: Welding and Cutting Safety Concerns
  35. Welding Safety in Education and Schools
  36. Ventilation for Welding and Cutting
  37. Selecting Gloves for Welding and Cutting
  38. Respiratory Protection Basics for Welding Operations
  39. Welding Cables
  40. Asbestos Hazards Encountered in the Welding and Cutting Environment
  41. Combustible Dust Hazards in the Welding and Cutting Environment
  42. Ultraviolet Reflectance by Paint
  43. Induction Heating

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