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Industrial Cleaning

Critical abrasive blasting safety precautions

Abrasive blasting, still commonly called sandblasting, is a great way to clean, shape, and make a surface either smoother or rougher as needed.

It’s also a great way to damage property and harm people, which is why every abrasive blasting project must be taken seriously:

  1. The work should be done by trained and experienced crews.
  2. The equipment must be in good operating order.
  3. The blasting work area must be properly isolated.
  4. Equipment and other property in the vicinity must be moved or shielded.
  5. Workers who do the blasting or may be in the vicinity must be well-protected.

Abrasive blasting is part of many of the industrial projects we do, as it delivers fast and effective results for heavy-duty cleaning and surface preparation needs. Before we begin any project that includes abrasive blasting, we provide our clients with copies of our Surface Blasting Safety Precaution cue card to ensure they understand the potential hazards and risks. and how to prevent them.

It also communicates the precautions we take to prevent these hazards and risks, which include property damage, fires and explosions, and bodily injury.

Contractor role in performing abrasive blasting work

Painters USA incorporates a series of tasks and precautions before, during, and after any abrasive blasting project to ensure safety and optimal results.

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DURING

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Your role in having abrasive blasting done at your facility

Why this matters

As already mentioned, abrasive blasting can cause fire and/or explosions, inflict serious, unwanted damage to surrounding property through extended reach of the sprayed material, and seriously injure people who do the work or are in the vicinity as the blasting is performed.

Culprits that lead to abrasive blasting hazards and safety incidents

Painters USA works closely with our clients to reduce and eliminate these preventable risks, and we recommend that any business in need abrasive blasting services ensure that they find a contractor that takes this work as seriously as we do.

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