Do your work activities involve flames, sparks or excessive heat?
If your answer is yes, you are performing Hot Work.
Do you work in Boston?
The City of Boston requires anyone performing Hot Work be certified.
Do you work in other Massachusetts towns?
Anyone conducting Hot Work in Massachusetts should attend the training and get certified as the State may soon require certification as a condition to perform Hot Work in all Massachusetts towns.
If you answered yes to any or all of the above questions, obtaining Hot Work certification should be your next step.
Created by NFPA, the Hot Work Safety Certification Program defines Hot Work and the measures required to safely perform work. The program consists of a two-hour seminar and one-hour test.
PHCC of MA continuing education instructors earned their Hot Work instructor certification this past season and are ready to present the program to you.
Franklin December 4, 2017
Nashua September 20, 2017
Nashua October 17, 2017
New Bedford November 13, 2017
New Bedford January 29, 2018
Class Hours: 5:00-8:30 pm.
Additional classes will become available in other locations. Check back soon!