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Hot Work Permits
HOT WORK PERMITS-BURNING, WELDING, PIPE SWEATING & ALL OTHER HOT WORK
Most welding, cutting and pipe sweating processes--for construction and demolition--use portable, manually operated equipment. Welding & cutting and pipe sweating (soldering) of copper pipe produce fumes that are potentially harmful to humans. In addition, these operations are a potential fire hazard.
All individuals performing hot work on the UMB campus must have an approved hot work permit on-site. All requirements of NFPA 51B – Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other Hot Work must be followed. Periodic inspections of the work site will be conducted.
Hot Work Permits must be obtained in-person from the EHS Bldg (714 W Lombard St.) Monday-Friday, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm. If welding is to occur, the certification number for the welder must be provided.