Hot Work training courses

What does Hot Work mean?

  • Hot work, i.e. working with the risk of fire, are works that generate sparks or utilise open fire, or another source of heat, thus causing a fire hazard.
  • The fire risk work includes, among others, gas and electrical welding, work using a gas burner, thermal cutting, grinding.
  • In the Scandinavia (Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark), these works require the possession of the Hot Work card.

Hot Work Certificate

  • The Hot Work license certificate (Tulityökortti/Heta Arbeten) is issued in the form of a plastic card, which includes the logo of the examining body and is valid for 5 years. In Polish, the certificate is named "Hot Work Safety".
  • The Hot Work card is required for executing hot work in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
  • Companies in the Scandinavia require their employees and subcontractors to have the Occupational Safety Card. This also regards Polish companies that execute contracts or projects in the Scandinavia.

Training courses and exams

Hot Work License

  • The Hot Work training course embraces notions concerning the safety, health and environment management system in workplaces according to the standards applicable in the Scandinavia: Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark.
  • The Hot Work License certificate is intended both for directors and line employees.
  • One-day training concluded with a theoretical and practical exam, available in Polish or English.

Prices of the training course and exam:

  • In Poland: PLN 1550 including VAT (net PLN 1260)
  • In the EU: EUR 290

Program

  • Definition of hot work
  • Place of executing hot work
  • Planning hot work: hazards, prevention
  • Legislation: obligations and responsibilities
  • Precautions: course of work, tools and equipment, cylinder handling
  • Procedure in case of hazard

Duration

Stationary training conducted in Polish or English, duration: 1 day / 8 hours (with breaks for coffee and meals).

Purpose

The purpose of the training is to get the employees and subcontractors acquainted with the regulations concerning working on high-risk stations, thus improving their awareness in terms of occupational safety.

Duration

  • Maximum of 60 minutes

Form of exam

  • Consists of the theoretical part and practical exercises of extinguishing a fire

Conditions for taking the exam

  • Identification document (ID, passport - 18 years of age)

Form of permit confirmation

  • plastic card

It is possible to arrange customised dates of training for groups

Hot Work Certificate

  • The Hot Work license certificate (Tulityökortti/Heta Arbeten) is issued in the form of a plastic card, which includes the logo of the examining body and is valid for 5 years. In Polish, the certificate is named "Hot Work Safety".
  • The Hot Work card is required for executing hot work in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
  • Companies in the Scandinavia require their employees and subcontractors to have the Occupational Safety Card. This also regards Polish companies that execute contracts or projects in the Scandinavia.

Training courses and exams

Hot Work License

  • The Hot Work training course embraces notions concerning the safety, health and environment management system in workplaces according to the standards applicable in the Scandinavia: Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark.
  • The Hot Work License certificate is intended both for directors and line employees.
  • One-day training concluded with a theoretical and practical exam, available in Polish or English.

Prices of the training course and exam:

  • In Poland: PLN 1550 including VAT (net PLN 1260)
  • In the EU: EUR 290

Program

  • Definition of hot work
  • Place of executing hot work
  • Planning hot work: hazards, prevention
  • Legislation: obligations and responsibilities
  • Precautions: course of work, tools and equipment, cylinder handling
  • Procedure in case of hazard

Duration

Stationary training conducted in Polish or English, duration: 1 day / 8 hours (with breaks for coffee and meals).

Purpose

The purpose of the training is to get the employees and subcontractors acquainted with the regulations concerning working on high-risk stations, thus improving their awareness in terms of occupational safety.

Duration

  • Maximum of 60 minutes

Form of exam

  • Consists of the theoretical part and practical exercises of extinguishing a fire

Conditions for taking the exam

  • Identification document (ID, passport - 18 years of age)

Form of permit confirmation

  • plastic card

It is possible to arrange customised dates of training for groups

Next Hot Work training courses

27.12.2018

Kraków, Poland

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Gdańsk, Poland

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