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Various construction activities commonly involve open flames or heat sources that have the potential to ignite a combustible material. All too often, even with strict safety measures, these ignition sources may cause smoldering or spark a small fire that, if unnoticed, could be catastrophic. An important fire prevention safety precaution is to assign a fire watch person or personnel during and after tasks that involve potential heat or ignition sources, also known as hot work.

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Hot Work During Construction of Large Buildings

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic that covers the key responsibilities of construction fire watch personnel during and after tasks that involve potential heat or ignition sources.

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