Yurtsever, Eser; Özdemir, Gökhan
May 2009
Engineer & the Machinery Magazine;May2009, Issue 592, p2
Academic Journal
Nowadays, within tile manufacturing methods, welding technology becomes one of the most widely used combining methods because of area of usage's width, practicality, cheapness and opening to continuous improvement. Therefore, every passing day number of staff employed in this area is increasing. With increasing the number of personnel in riffs area, institutes of welded manufacturing's lack of in fkasrrucmre, cleanliness and neatness of work place is not to be up to nature of employment cause various health and security risks on the employees Currently in many work place, welding process effeciency is in the foreground, but quality of work and human health is kept in the background. As a result of that an accident in the cnterpfisc both endangers the health of employee and brings to a standstill the production. Each security measures to be taken with this reason is also a measure which is to ensure continuation of production in. ISDEMIR, after the improve the endangering atmosphere for human health and complete welders' deficient training, risks of the welding manufactures arc minimized.


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