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Some hazardous substances which pass into the human organism through the inhalation of welding fumes can be determined in biological material especially urine, full blood or blood serum or in the red blood cells. Thus biomonitoring could be included in the medical examinations [3].

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Where the described types of protective measures are not sufficient e. OELs are not complied with , the employer must provide suitable respiratory protective equipment , which must be used by the workers. It is imperative to wear PPE when welding high-alloy steels, such as stainless steel, except when using low-emission procedures such as submerged arc or TIG welding. If gaseous hazardous substances arise during welding, combination filters must be used when wearing filtering respiratory protective equipment [3].


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For welding jobs carried out in confined spaces, the following procedure for the selection of respiratory protective equipment can be used:. When removing nanomaterial containing paint coatings in preparation of welding jobs by dust producing work procedures, a particle filter P2 white or a particle filtering half-mask FFP2 should be worn [18]. Welders have to receive proper instructions from their supervisors before starting to weld. All prevention and control measures should be clearly explained and practised sufficiently. The welders should be involved in risk assessment and the selection of appropriate measures at their work place.

The video recordings of workers performing welding tasks can be used during training sessions. The health risks of welding processes are frequently underrated by employers and workers. Therefore the application of protective measures is not as effective as it could be see also: Hierarchy of prevention and control measures. Efforts to improve safe working practices need, however, certain preconditions such as example-setting by managers and supervisors, a no-blame culture, a timely feed-back to suggestions, proper induction and regular refresher training.

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In order to select the most appropriate and effective measures, the employer respectively the OSH professionals usually need to look into several national directives, rules and guidelines. Some member states provide detailed guidance and legislation for welding. SMEs certainly need some assistance here, and to that end several tools have been developed see also: Risk management for dangerous substances for example:.

These can be used very easily, because they need very little training and preparations, but may cause high exposures. Therefore it is all the more necessary that SMEs find equally easily accessible health and safety guidelines and assistance. Guidelines so far available in paper or pdf format may not be useful for SMEs and micro enterprises, because finding information for the various specific scenarios is difficult.

Web based tools have an advantage as they allow an easy selection of scenarios and can provide the related specific measures: namely which welding processes are possible for the given job, which exhaust system and breathing protection has to be used. More efforts should be put in the devlopment of such tools and the improvement of existing ones. Ultrafine particles — particles whose diameter is in the nanometer range — have come into the focus of researchers. There is evidence that welding processes generate a considerable amount of these particles, that they can enter the alveoles and can hardly be removed by the body.

They may cause considerable health problems such as inflammatory, fibrogenic and carcinogenic effects [22] [23]. Nanotechnology has found its way also into paints, and paint coatings may contain nanomaterials. The German insurance association for the construction sector regards it as a low risks as these nanomaterials are fixed in a matrix.

Nevertheless, they advise that when removing the paint mechanically e.

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When removing nanomaterial containing paint coatings in preparation of welding jobs by dust producing work procedures, appropriate PPE should also be worn additionally to the provided technical measures. Fortunately the preventive and control measures as presented in this article are suitable to minimise and control exposure to ultrafine particles [3].

Blunt, J. Jump to: navigation , search. Dust and aerosols - welding fumes. Dusts and aerosols - man-made mineral fibres.

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Metalworking fluids. Respirable Crystalline Silica. Workplace exposure to dusts and aerosols - diesel exhaust. Andersson, I-M. In order to select the most appropriate and effective measures, the employer respectively the OSH professionals usually need to look into several national directives, rules and guidelines. Some member states provide detailed guidance and legislation for welding. SMEs certainly need some assistance here, and to that end several tools have been developed see also: Risk management for dangerous substances for example:.

These can be used very easily, because they need very little training and preparations, but may cause high exposures. Therefore it is all the more necessary that SMEs find equally easily accessible health and safety guidelines and assistance. Guidelines so far available in paper or pdf format may not be useful for SMEs and micro enterprises, because finding information for the various specific scenarios is difficult.

Web based tools have an advantage as they allow an easy selection of scenarios and can provide the related specific measures: namely which welding processes are possible for the given job, which exhaust system and breathing protection has to be used. More efforts should be put in the devlopment of such tools and the improvement of existing ones.

Ultrafine particles — particles whose diameter is in the nanometer range — have come into the focus of researchers. There is evidence that welding processes generate a considerable amount of these particles, that they can enter the alveoles and can hardly be removed by the body. They may cause considerable health problems such as inflammatory, fibrogenic and carcinogenic effects [22] [23]. Nanotechnology has found its way also into paints, and paint coatings may contain nanomaterials. The German insurance association for the construction sector regards it as a low risks as these nanomaterials are fixed in a matrix.


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Nevertheless, they advise that when removing the paint mechanically e. When removing nanomaterial containing paint coatings in preparation of welding jobs by dust producing work procedures, appropriate PPE should also be worn additionally to the provided technical measures. Fortunately the preventive and control measures as presented in this article are suitable to minimise and control exposure to ultrafine particles [3]. Blunt, J. Jump to: navigation , search. Dust and aerosols - welding fumes.

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Metalworking fluids. Respirable Crystalline Silica. Workplace exposure to dusts and aerosols - diesel exhaust. Andersson, I-M. Reviews in Toxicology , vol. Bonde, J. Not yet publicly accessible, planned to go public in summer Contributors Deroiste , Klaus Kuhl , Palmer , richard. Category : Dust and aerosols. Personal tools Log in. Flux shielded arc welding. The torch connected to an oxygen and an acetylen cylinder melts the metal surface and filler rod, causing a joint to be formed on solidification.

TIG, tungsten inert gas welding Manual process but also used in automated, robot operated processes. Gas shielded arc welding.

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Laser beams can be used in industrial applications requiring exceptionally high precision, such as miniature assemblies and micro techniques in the electronics industry or spinnerets for the artificial fibre industry. The laser beam melts and joins the workpieces. Ozone especially high in in MIG-welding of aluminium materials , carbon monoxide with MAG welding with CO2 shield gas of unalloyed and low-alloy steel. Flux shielded metal arc welding. Uses a consumable electrode consisting of a metal core surrounded by a flux coating. Other resources. Act s name. Regulation s name.

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