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roll, press, forge, or shape (metal) while hot

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These people maintained a big board that showed each hot-work location and the fire watch assigned there.
"A welder came to fill out his hot-work chit before 1400 and turned it in.
The fire-watch supervisor attributed part of USS Carl Vinson's success in preventing fires during overhaul to the way they processed hot-work requests.
These watches must check for and remove all fire hazards around the hot-work area on both sides of the bulkhead.
The ship's-force painters shared the blame for the fire because they didn't post the required warning signs, saying "No Smoking--No Hot-Work." Before entering a shipyard, the crew should cover equipment to protect it.
While hot-work has the greatest potential for causing accidental activation of the system, other work, such as rigging material into or out of a space, also can result in accidental activation.
Question: Is a fire watch always needed when an employee is performing hot-work, such as welding or cutting?
A fire watch only is required under certain circumstances outlined in the standard at 1915.504(b) (e.g., when the following conditions are present during hot-work):
5, an H-13 type hot-work steel, annealed to approx.
* Thyrotherm 2344 Supra, AISI Premium H-13, in the annealed condition, is an electroslag-remelted, hot-work tool steel capable of being heat-treated to high hardness with excellent toughness, and is suitable for molding with excellent polishability where corrosion is not a factor.
Mold components that contact the molten metal should be constructed from hot-worked tool steels such as H-11 or H-13 types.