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Hot Work Management Training 2022

Ended Jun 30, 2022

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Full course description

Course Introduction

This course is intended to provide an overview of the IU Hot Work Program to ensure that any temporary work operations involving open flames or the production of heat/sparks that are capable of initiating fires or explosions is conducted safely to minimize the accidental fires, loss of life, loss of property or injury.

This training is intended for Indiana University community members only.  If you need to complete this training as a guest user, you may request access to the course at

Learning Outcomes

After completing the module, you will be able to:

  • Know and understand how to prevent accidental fires, loss of life, loss of property or injury from exposures to sparks, heat or flames during any Hot Work activities

Module Topics Include

  • General hazards associated with Hot Work activities
  • IU Hot Work Permit Program procedures
  • Roles of personnel for the Hot Work Program, including: hot work operator, permit issuing unit, and fire watch.

Course Creator 

IU Environmental Health and Safety

Length: 25 minutes

IU Environmental Health and Safety

Credit: Certificate

Audience: All IU employees and supervisors conducting or working near hot work activities. Including contractors and subcontractors.