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Welding Machine (Electric) SOP 60182-2

Welding Machine (Electric) SOP 60182-2

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  • Provides a step-by-step safe work process of using a Welding Machine - Electric (Lincoln)
  • Communicates the preferred way to safely use a Welding Machine - Electric (Lincoln)
  • Can assist in ensuring workers are adequately trained
  • Provided in Microsoft Word for easy customisation/editing
  • Includes a Risk Assessment Form

Enhance your existing workplace safety systems with Safe Operating Procedures.

The Welding Machine - Electric (Lincoln) Use Safe Operating Procedures (SOP) or Safe Work Procedures (SWP) provides a way for your business to outline step-by-step safe processes for using a Welding Machine - Electric (Lincoln). SOPs are ideal in:

  • ensuring workes recognise and manage associated hazards and risks involved
  • providing a training document for workers both prior to and during the use of Welding Machine - Electric (Lincoln).

SOP Content:

  • Management Commitment and Approval
  • PPE
  • Hazards & Risks
  • Precautions
  • Pre-Operation Inspection
  • Operation Sequence
  • Maintenance/Cleaning
  • Includes a Risk Assessment Form


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Work area:

  • Appropriate ventilation  NEVER use oxygen for ventilation
  • No flammables within 9 metres of welding area
  • Use a fume exhaust system in closed areas
  • Adequate lighting
  • Work surfaces are clean of rust or other contaminants
  • Is dry and not humid
  • Ensure screens are undamaged, sufficient size, placed to prevent exposure to flash, hot spark, slag.
  1. Start the welder:

a.     Turn the start switch to the “H” position (The “H” position is midway between the “on” position and the “start” position) for 15-20 seconds

  1. Turn further in the clockwise direction to the START position:
    1. If the engine does not start after 30 seconds, return the switch to the “H” position for 10 seconds and then return to the “start” position
    2. Engage the starter motor again for a maximum period of 30 seconds: 




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Save time with our pre-filled, fully customisable templates. Simply add your company details and read the document to ensure all elements are relevant to your business, conduct a risk assessment using the Risk Assessment Form provided and make amendments as required. It is then ready for use as a training tool and as a point of discussion at OHS/WHS/Tool Box Talk meetings.

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