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Anyone help to give me HIRA report of weld shop in auto mobile.
From United States, Ashburn
Please excuse my ignorance, by 'HIRA' did you mean Hazard risk analysis report ?
From India, Mumbai
Hello (Cite Contribution)
HIRA stands for "Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment". I found that at Kiran Radhakrishnan - India | LinkedIn

From United Kingdom
Thankyou Sir,
I stand corrected. Have moved it into the Health and safety forum. I am certain our HSE experts can share operational details on this.
Here's are two resources that I found relevant to what he had asked for.
HIRA Report
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From India, Mumbai
The subject HIRA is related to Safety (EHS) department. Already the subject has been discussed many times. The training is being organised on this subject by our member Mr. Dipil. Please check https://www.citehr.com/454897-traini...-bbs-scps.html thread.
Let the safety personnel give suitable reply to this query.

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Rbairwa...
It is always advantageous to give complete background to why we are seeking help. From your location in the ID, it appears that you are working in the automobile industry in USA. So, I will presume that you are conversant with the use of the web to search for information. By modifying the terms from your query, I searched for "Hazards in welding shops" and found these links http://www.tdi.texas.gov/pubs/videor...eldhazards.pdf and Welding fume health hazards - Safety Tech Cell - TheFabricator.com
More such links can be found by "Googling".

From United Kingdom
Hazards are
Inhalation of fumes from the welding. It depends on the metal which is being used and the flux used.
The next one is injury to the eye if the welder don,t wear the safety goggles. This is due to the ultra violet light which is emitted during welding and also the infra red ray which also emitted during the same process.
The risk is short term injury and at times may be losing the eye sight due to retinal damage.
Lead poisoning during welding is the commonest risk during welding process.

From India, Chennai
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