Hot Work Safety Certificate 1-Day Program
Item #: HOTWORK
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  • Description

    ***NEW! Read the latest update from the City of Boston on the NFPA Hot Work Safety Certificate program.***

     

    The Boston Hot Work Safety Certificate 1-Day Program* provides in-person training to meet these learning objectives:

    • Describe the various types of hot work
    • Identify common fuel sources and ignition sources
    • Cite relevant standards, regulations, and ordinances that are applicable to hot work
    • Define the duties and responsibilities of each person on the hot work team
    • Read and understand a hot work permit.

    These steps help form the basis for creating and managing all hot work activities in a safe and effective manner, using sound fundamentals learned and practiced for many years throughout various industries and trades.

    The Program will also determine the achievement of such learning objectives through an appropriate assessment developed, reviewed and evaluated by NFPA®.


    Please use the home address that appears on the attendees' state authorized ID (driver’s license, etc.) to complete the registration.  This information will be verified by BFD to obtain a Hot Work Permit.

    You must also have a valid email address to register and the email address can only be used on one registration.

     

    *Pre-registration required.

    Classes subject to cancellation.

  • Location and Misc. Information

    Note: The classroom location has changed from Madison Park High School to:

    NFPA Headquarters
    1 Batterymarch Park
    Quincy, MA 02169

    Directions: www.nfpa.org/directions Ample parking is available.

    Check in begins 30 minutes before your class. Classes are approximately 3 hours long.

    Please use the home address that appears on the attendees' state authorized ID (driver’s license, etc.) to complete the registration.  This information will be verified by BFD to obtain a Hot Work Permit.

    You will need a valid photo ID to gain entry to the building and sign in as a visitor.

    You must also have a valid email address to register and the email address can only be used on one registration.

  • Also in NFPA 51B: Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other Hot Work