It's hot. Your work is not usually in a climate controlled environment The use of a fan is limited as it will blow away the gases in a mig type weld. You are breathing allot of gases and residues that are not the best for you. There is a potential for may types of job related injuries - burns, eye related injuries from grinding and the light produced from cutting and welding.
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I read plans on all projects so I can follow whatever instructions/specifications asked.
Underwater welding is quite safe now with the advancement in technology. Welders enter decompression chambers to undo the effects of deep sea diving and nitrogen which enters the blood stream. Underwater welders do not die everyday, roughly 10 per year are killed in accidents. To actually answer your question also, underwater welders are usually private contractors hired to fix ships and can be away for long periods of time in other countries/regions, because they work for themselves they can set their own pay rates and since there is such high demand the company or customer usually doesn't have a choice but to pay what you want. But the average yearly salary for underwater welders can rage anywhere from $90,000 - $200,000 depending on area of work and how dangerous the job is.
Hourly, underwater welders' pay ranges from $15.00 per hour to $98.00 per hour depending upon the job being done.
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A lot of job applications do not even ask for that particular information. I would type up a resume' that included those things and hand it in along with their application. Example: QUALIFICATIONS Proficient in MS Office Programs including Word, Excel and Outlook Years of customer service and office experience Able to multi-task while maintaining organization and accuracy Excellent communication skills Then you can have a heading called "Career Achievements" and only list the most important ones or the ones that pertain to the position you are applying for. As for areas of strength, it is not needed because that is covered under Qualifications. The first thing on your resume' should be your name, complete address, phone number, then email address (which is optional). Then the first heading should be your OBJECTIVE: which tells the employer exactly what it is you hope to achieve. Keep it short and to the point. Then comes the QUALIFICATIONS. The ones listed above are for an office position. Then the heading EDUCATION. The only education you list here is the training you've had outside of public schools. In other words, do NOT list elementary, middle or high schools. If that is all the education you have achieved so far, then just list your high school, along with how many years attended. Example: EDUCATION 1985-1990 Diploma, Anywhere High School Then list your EMPLOYMENT dates go here name of company you worked for city, state of Co. your job title key points pertaining to that job Example: 07/2005 to present Great Office Company Lexington, KY Office Assistant Process & maintain all employee and account files Handles and enters invoices on all accounts Tracks and enters account balances Assists with Accounts Receivable, Payable and Payroll Developed & improved company forms and reports So you see you not only get to list your qualifications, but the strengths and achievements that you accomplished at each job you had. Even though you turn in a resume', most places will still have you fill out their application, but they should staple your resume to it. And believe me...IT WILL GET LOOKED AT. Hope this helps.
To become a good welder it is best to train at a trades type school. Then enter the workforce and upgrade again and again (depending on your regions certification availability)
DO NOT THINK you are a good welder if you can only preform one process.
You will have to move around firms to gain a broader base of welding procedures and practices. Unless your firm does everything with every process.
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I just retired from the united associations pipe fitters of America. I was a welder in that union for 44 years. All you need to do in look in your phone book under trade unions for plumbers and pipe fitters. You say I dont want to be one of those guys
I want to weld. A welder gas or electric is a tool of the pipe fitting trade . Call them up and explain you want to join. They will have you come down and talk to them. after you have joind there local union they will teach you how to be a fitter
or a welder. I you are all ready a certified welder through a vocation school that is more the better for you. my union in Dallas Tx local #100. have taken in good welders and put them right to work. First you have to prove you have the skill to make sound welds that will pass an X-ray. the health and welfare benefits or better than any other trade you can work in unless you go to work for Uncle Sam
Welders make between $11.19 and $24.11 an hour, with overtime pay being between $16,24 and $35.65 an hour.
175 dollars per hour
for the mig process or "gmaw" only will make 8 to 12 dollars an hour and is used for shop welding.Stuctural steel with a FCAW and a SMAW certification in a shop will make anywhere from 10 to 18 dollars an hour.Structural steel erection welding in the field"on a construction site" will make 18 to 38 dollars an hour.If you have your own truck and tools welder included you would be what they call a rig welder and can make up to 60 dollars an hour.
12-25 per hour depending on typee of welding and degree or not
12-25/ hour depending on type of welding and whether or not you have a degree/certified.
10-55 dollars an hour
starting is around 20$ per hour for offshore, however you typically receive bonuses for depth, conservation of material, safety, and efficiency. onshore does not pay as well as offshore. 1$ per foot and an additional 1$ per foot for every 50 feet, so say, 75 feet would be 100$, 100 feet would be 150$, 150 feet would be 300$. the bonus for depth goes up as you go down and so does your risk. The deeper you go, the more nitrogen gets absorbed into your blood so for almost all offshore sub-sea welding, you are doing a saturation dive. If you do a saturation dive you are going to be in a hyperbaric chamber, both to compress before the dive and to decompress after the dive. if you are an underwater welder you work on a contract basis, not really an hourly basis.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for electricians as of May 2008 is, $49,890. This would amount to $23.98 per hour. In May 2008, median hourly wages of wage and salary electricians were $22.32. The middle 50 percent earned between $17.00 and $29.88. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $13.54, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $38.18.
Almost all electrodes have a series of numbers to tell #1 what the tensile strength of the weld will be, #2 what electrical current to use, #3 what position/s it can be used in (ie: flat, vertical etc.) Ex. E - 7018. E = electrode, 70 = 70,000 lbs tensile strength, 1 = all positions, 18 = AC or DC reverse polarity current. (welding lead +)
Do you mean Pex or Peck's? If it is the former, it depends on which system you want to become certified in? Check with the local plumbers and plumbing wholesale houses.
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In a union shop, there are three levels of workers: apprentices, who are being trained in their trade; journeymen, who are proficient; and master tradesmen, who train apprentices and advise journeymen. I also found out journeymen were once called jacks.
The existing 4 wires meaning Red, Black, White, Bare? Red and black are "hot" (using 120V from each phase of your service entrance), white is neutral, and bare is ground. Ground the bare or green wire to the electrical box then use red and black as your hot wires and white as neutral. You must ground the welder itself also with a jumper wire in order to be safe.
You do a Pre Job Hazard Assessment-JHA
JHA can contain:
*Type of welding
*position of welding
*confined area entry
*hazardous surrounding checking
Now after doing this assessment, you SHOULD do the following
*clear the area from flammables and textiles not resistant to fire...etc
*provide ventilating means if welding causes toxic fumes in a confined space or area
*provide fire extinguishers suitable for any type of fire , with enough quantity and capacity.
* use the fire resistant blankets to cover any immobile things in the surroundings
* put a sign that demonstrates " hot works area" or any suitable eye-catching signs
*all people working or passing in the welding area MUST , strictly must, wear proper protective safety wear.
How much a welder can make a year depends on what they are welding and who they are working for. Welders working on large projects like ocean and air vessels can easily make six figures.
I'm from Edmonton Alberta. I have operated a welding rig for 12 years and as far as I can tell there is no standard rate. I have heard of rates any where between $65 to $140/hr depending on location (how far north) and the amount of skill required. Demand at the time usually determines the rates, 2005/2006 were great years for rig welders here, 2007 not so good. In Edmonton now, rates seem to be around 85 for "B" welders and 70 for journeyman. PROARC Nov. 18
I agree, here in Michigan I've seen many rates, the highest was for tig welding Stainless steel/aluminum That was $15 per inch, but tig is always a little more expensive.
As far as I am aware. The gauges themselves are the same. Usually brass. Unless someone has painted them. The hoses on the other hand are red and green. The red being for the acetylene. A lot of times the tanks will be painted the same way although I have seen some acetylene tanks painted black.
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Mig welding is a form of Arc welding.
SMAW (Stick) is often used on job sites, generically this process pays more but often involves structural or other (pipe pressure) certification.
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