Hot Work definition

Hot Work means work involving electric or gas welding, cutting, brazing, or similar flame or spark-producing operations.
Hot Work means the performance of welding, thermal or oxygen cutting, grinding, flame heating or any other activities of a similar nature.
Hot Work means laborers work in connection with welding, cutting, or machine excavation of operating mainline pipelines where there is a danger of fire, explosion, or violent release of pressure, at such times as the laborer is required by the Employer to work in the immediate area of danger. This shall not include such lines that have been purged with air movers, water or other acceptable methods.

Examples of Hot Work in a sentence

  • Hot Work: Perform and safeguard hot work operations in accordance with NFPA 241 and NFPA 51B.

  • It is also mandatory to have a designated FIRE WATCH for any "Hot Work" done at this activity.

  • A Hot Work Permit is required when open flames, or electric arcs are in the work area and while handling flammable materials.

  • The CONTRACTOR shall obtain a "Hot Work Permit" from the OWNER prior to beginning any daily work involving cutting, burning, or welding on the job site.

  • An outline of the City of Lakeland work practices and procedures manual including Confined Space Entry, Line Breaking, Lockout Tagout, and Hot Work Procedures.


More Definitions of Hot Work

Hot Work means any work which involves -
Hot Work means the excavating to expose or the cradling for cutting and welding of all pressurized or operating mainline pipelines containing or having contained hazardous materials so that the rupturing, cutting or welding of the pipe may result in fire, explosion or violent release of pressure, but not including such lines 2013/2018 - 6 - OE-M which have been purged with air movers, water or other acceptable methods.
Hot Work means riveting, welding, flame cutting or other fire or spark-producing operation.
Hot Work is defined as repair work on a furnace while it is to melting or holding heat temperature and necessitating the use of aluminized heat protective clothing. In addition, when a feeder spout requires changing while under operating temperature, those employees directly handling the spout change shall receive the "Hot Pay" premium. This premium shall not apply to employees specifically hired for routine maintenance work on a furnace or feeder. Clause 13.10
Hot Work means riveting, welding, flame cutting or other fire or spark-producing operation. No hot work is to be performed without first obtaining an NPL Hot Work permit, except in designated locations including Workshop and facilities Maintenance areas.
Hot Work means work that produces arcs, sparks, flames, heat or other sources of ignition. (« travail à chaud »)
Hot Work means work that is capable of producing a source of ignition; (“travail à chaud”)