Staying ahead of Weld Fume Regulations
Understanding Air Quality Regulations
Facilities who don't comply with OSHA regulations could be subject to substantial fines – not to mention poor worker retention and a dirty work environment. To protect your employees, your plant and your company's bottom line, fill out the form on this page and access our in-depth discussion on the danger of weld fumes and related oversight.
In this webinar, clean air technology experts from RoboVent discuss:
- How exactly weld fumes are created
- The harmful particulate present in weld fumes
- The effects of weld fume on worker health and safety
- Relevant OSHA welding fumes regulations and ACGIH guidelines
As more research has been conducted to identify the toxic elements present in welding fumes, a number of agencies have developed guidelines and air quality regulations to protect the workforce. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) are two of the most prevalent watchdog organizations.
Have a specific question about weld fume regulations? Send us a message, or give us a call at 888.ROBOVENT (888.762.6836).