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What personal protection is available for welding?
Eye and Face Protection varies depending on the particular welding task being performed.  OSHA requires that welders use a helmet, hand shield, goggles and/or safety glasses or a combination of these depending on the application.  Nearby employees who may also view the arc are also subject to wear proper eye protection.  All filter lenses and plates must meet the test for transmission of radiant energy as required by ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010, Practice for Occupational and Education Eye and Face Protection.

Welding helmets with filter plates are intended to protect users from arc rays and from weld sparks and spatters that strike directly against the helmet.  They are not intended to protect against slag chips, grinding fragments, wire wheel bristles and similar hazards, which can ricochet under the helmet.  Spectacles, goggles, or other appropriate eye protection must also be worn to protect against these hazards.

Protective Clothing is required and will vary with the size, nature and location of the work to be performed.  Clothing should provide sufficient coverage and be made of suitable materials to minimize skin burns caused by sparks, spatter or radiation.  Heavier materials, such as wool clothing, heavy cotton or leather are preferred because they don’t deteriorate easily.  Materials that may melt or cause severe burn due to sparks are not recommended.  Dark clothing works best to reduce reflection of welding rays.

The ANSI standard requires that all welders and cutters wear protective flame-resistant gloves such as leather welder’s gloves which provide the heat resistance required for welding.  A gauntlet cuff offers additional arm protection and insulated linings should be used to protect areas exposed to high radiant energy.  Other protective clothing may include durable, flame-resistant aprons made of leather or other suitable materials that will provide protection to the front of the body when additional protection against sparks is needed, welding chaps and leather boots

Who will work on my property?
Well trained, supervised personnel with the proper equipment. All employees wear a company uniform.

How highr should my scaffold be
For domestic and smaller commercial applications we suggest leaving at least 1.8 metres free to allow access for one standard height person. This allows the space for you to complete the required works, such as painting and maintenance. We always suggest calculating space for the mandatory one metre high safety railing and consideration that frames usually come to 5m allowing space for most standard works.  ABC Scaffolds can tailor the systems to meet the exact needs of your organisation or project.

What clients do you work for?
Anyone who truly wants a nice landscape and knows the true value of caring for a beautiful home and property.
Cargo Insurance on General Cargoes. Our trucks are equipped with Global Positioning System Device (GPS) which enable 24/7 monitoring 24/7 Monitoring team focused on truck movement Company security and escort is provided on highly valuable cargoes Goshen Group has the ability to assess and repair damages on container vans even prior to allocation to customers
The customer may either call our customer relations department ( +237 699 900 916 ) or use our Goshen group website contact us page for online bookings. All bookings must be made at least one (2) day prior to actual date of service.

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