OSHA Controls for Weld Fume Management
When you take a proactive approach to providing a clean, comfortable and compliant work environment, not only will you attract and retain valuable talent but there’s a good chance you’ll experience better weld quality and improved productivity.
Where should you start? Having the air quality in your welding environment assessed to understand the level of airborne contaminants is the first step. Based on those results, you can determine an effective action plan that follows OSHA’s hierarchy for weld fume control.
Miller® and ITW welding products help make it easier and less complicated by offering solutions at every level of the OSHA hierarchy.