Wearing protective clothing when welding is critical. Acute exposure to welding fume and gases can result in eye, nose and throat irritation, dizziness and nausea. Workers in the area who experience these symptoms should leave the area immediately, seek fresh air and obtain medical attention.
We work to prevent hazards as mentioned above. The use of high heat in the welding process requires heat resistant clothing and we have you covered!
This fact sheet discusses welding operations, applicable OSHA standards, and suggestions for protecting welders and coworkers from exposures to the many hazardous substances in welding fume.
Work safe by having the latest technology of welding equipment. We ensure full compliance with safety regulations by offering safety equipment, safety training and safety equipment inspections.
The welding process produces visible smoke that contains harmful metal fume and gas by-products [learn more].
Wear appropriate welding personal protective equipment and welding area protection products. These articles help prevent injury to workers or avoid damage to equipment and surfaces during welding.