UWS308 - Underwater welding theory
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|Last revision date||Feb 14, 2013 10:11:05 AM|
|Last review date||Feb 14, 2013 10:11:05 AM|
Underwater welding theory
This course covers the theory and safety for underwater welding. Emphases will be placed on safety, and the safety procedures and techniques used as a diver/welder, as well as topside station set up for an underwater welding operation.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
-Describe and explain the concepts and methods of dry and wet hyperbaric welding and their supporting equipment
-Be familiar with most common consumables for U/W welding in the wet and be able to set up an U/W welding stations safely and correctly and perform necessary pre and post dive checks
-Describe the safety precautions that shall be observed when using electric arc welding equipment
-Describe the gases generated from underwater welding that present explosive and respiratory hazards
-Describe the safety precautions to be observed when welding from or within habitats, coffer dams and confined spaces
UNDERWATER WELDING THEORY prepares the student for the practical application of underwater welding techniques. Emphasis will be placed on safety procedures and techniques required to attempt underwater welding certification, although this certification is not guaranteed.
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