Required Training & Plans

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Training and Written Plan requirements in "General Safety and Health Standards"

Chapter 296-024, WAC

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Training Required

Arc Welding Equipment Operation or Maintenance

 

How Often:

Workers assigned to operate or maintain arc welding equipment shall be acquainted with the requirements of WAC 296-24-68501 through 296-24-68505, 296-24-69501 through 296-24-69507, 296-24-70001 through 296-24-70007 and 296-24-71501 through 296-24-71525; if doing gas-shielded arc welding, also Recommended Safe Practices for Gas-Shielded Arc Welding, A6.1-1966, American Welding Society.

See: WAC 296-24-68507-1

Electrical workers

 

How Often:

Employees trained in and familiar with the safety-related work practicesthat pertain to their respective job assignments. Classroom or on-the-job training is acceptable. The degree of training provided shall be determined by risk to the employee.

See: WAC 296-24-970

Emergency Action Plan Training, if applicable

 

How Often:

The employer shall review the plan with each employee covered by the plan at the following times:(A) Initially when the plan is developed; (B) Whenever the employee's responsibilities or designated actions under the plan change; and (C) Whenever the plan is changed.

See: WAC 296-24-567-1-e

Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia

 

See: WAC 296-24-510

Handling of Liquified Petroleum Gases

 

See: WAC 296-24-475

Powder Actuated Tool Operator Training

 

See: WAC 296-807-15005

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