CAN THIS WORK BE DONE WITHOUT CREATING FLAMES OR SPARKS?
This Hot Work Permit should ONLY be used when the project owner or GC does not provide a permit for use!
This Hot Work Permit is required for any temporary operation involving open flames or producing heat and/ or sparks. This includes but is not limited to: Brazing, Soldering, Welding, and Chop Saws.
Name of subcontracted company:
Name of person performing work:
Is a fire watch needed?
Name of fire watch:
Has the owner / GC confirmed that sprinklers, hose streams, and extinguishers are in service, operable and available?
Is Hot Work equipment (torches, welding leads, etc.) in good condition?
Does the building have a fire detection/fire sprinkler system which needs to be shut down prior to Hot Work starting?
Have flammable liquids, dust, lint, and oily deposits been removed?
Has the potential for an explosive atmosphere in the area been eliminated?
Are the floors swept clean?
Are combustible floors wet down, covered with damp sand or fire blankets?
Have other combustibles been removed if possible?
Have the combustibles been protected via metal shields or fire blankets?
Are wall and / or floor openings covered?
Is duct work capable of transferring sparks protected or shut down?
Will enclosed equipment be cleaned of all combustibles?
Will containers be purged of flammable liquids / vapors?
Will pressurized vessels, piping and equipment be removed from surface, isolated, or vented?
Will fire watch be provided during hot work?
Is fire watch equipped with suitable extinguishers which are functional?
Is the fire watch trained in the use of equipment and sounding the alarm?
Are fire watches present in adjoining areas, above and below where required?
List other precautions taken:
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