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Health and Safety in the Heat-Treat Shop

April 3, 2009
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When most of us think about health and safety in the heat-treat shop, we tend to focus on things that are hot, heavy or dangling overhead. The threats we can see, smell, hear or perhaps even taste are most often dealt with quickly. The old adage, “what you can’t see, won’t hurt you,” doesn’t apply in our industry. Let’s learn more.
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