Monitoring steel casting at Bradken Engineered Products division Amite LA

Monitoring steel casting at Bradken Engineered Products division, Amite, LA.

Protecting Workers from Molten-Metal Splash

The risk of serious injury in metalcasting operations is considerable, and calls for a fundamental understanding of flame-resistant fabrics and the regulations covering their selection, applications, and maintenance. Selecting suitable fabric Proper fabric care Enhancing safeguards

A 2013 research project conducted for Allsup, a provider of Social Security disability insurance, concluded that metalcasting operations ranked third among the most dangerous jobs in the United States.1 Foundry and diescasting plant workers are frequently injured by molten-metal splashing  —  a hazard that also presents risks in welding and fabricating operations.2

Any worker or employee who passes near a point at which metal is heated to the molten state r

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