Dear Preetam ,
What Exactly is in your mind ? non usage of PPE causes accidents ? or usage of PPE pevent accidents ?
My dear friend try to take indepth knowledge . If your safety pro then think it in positive manner .
There are so many threads about welding ... pls search this forum . All the best.
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Dear Preetam Deshpande
I suggest you to go htrouhg the following link... There is almost everything regarding welding... Atfer go through the below thread if any further query, do let us know...
Dear Shaik Murtuza
Thanks for sharing such a nice presentation with us... Really great one... Thanks & Keep on sharing with us...
I don't find anything wrong in what the thread starter write in his post... Non use of PPE also can be a cause of accident... However your point also not wrong... Just we have to boost up the new commer for he to stay with us... Give positive comments and try our best to help others...
Keep on sharing and keep up the pace...
Just to add my small contribution to this discussion.
The direct cause to an accident is normally an Unsafe Act or an Unsafe Condition that has been created which releases the hazard.Loss of CONTROL of a Hazard leads to accidents.
Using PPE WILL NOT prevent the accident but it WILL protect the individual or reduce the impact of the hazard release.
Just want to emphasise what I said with an example: Non use of PPE also can be a cause of accident... Looking forward to have a discussion in this if anyone dis-agree with me...
One person not wearing the helmet and working... Sudenly a bolt fell on his head... If he could have wear the helmet, he must not get injured... Hence non use of PPE can be a cause of accident... If he wears the helmet, this could have been converted into a Near Miss Case...
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