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2015 Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus: Oxy-Fuel Gas Cylinder Storage
This fact sheet provides tips to safely use and store gas cylinders necessary for welding, brazing and other types of cutting.
Source: Oregon OSHA
3M Job Health Highlights - Respiratory Protection Basics for Welders
This article is intended to help welders understand the importance of selecting the correct respirator, using it properly and complying with regulatory requirements for respirator use.
2006 MSHA's Occupational Illness and Injury Prevention Program Health Topic: Welding Fumes Sampling
he potential hazards of welding operations include metal fumes, toxic gases, and ultraviolet and infrared radiation. Fume particles are formed from vaporization of molten metal.