Welding & Boilermaking Safety in QLD
Work Safety QLD provides guides and information on welding and boilermaking safety in Queensland; highlighting the hazards, risks and the best practice safety controls for the industry.
Welding is an essential process for many industries, including energy production, construction, mining and shipbuilding. The risks associated with welding and boilermaking include fire, explosions, burns, arc eye (welding flash) and even gas poisoning.
We also provide a range of free and paid safety documentation to help welding and boilermaking businesses meet their work health and safety legislative requirements in Queensland.
Our professionally developed safety documentation templates will give your business the perfect place to start – download your files instaltly, add your logo and you’ll be ready to go! All of our safety documentation is 2021 compliant and conforms to all current Queensland legislation.
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