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Dangers and risks of welding underwater

Underwater welding requires extensive training and special skills. A dangerous career, employment offers the most attractive salary. Despite the dangers, many are taking advantage of this lucrative career opportunity. They work in the fields of construction, surveying and repair. They often work in oil rigs and offshore oil lines. Underwater welders are exposed to certain risks in all work. Some of them can be fatal, while others can cause long-term health problems. Some of the hazards of underwater welding associated with this work are listed below.

Danger of welding underwater

the risk of underwater welding
Electrical shock
One of the biggest dangers for underwater welders is an electric shock. Water has a low resistance to water, so it can pass easily if it is not maintained. This can happen if the welding machines are not suitable for working underwater. Appropriate devices must be isolated and equipped with waterproof electrodes. All important devices should be checked before use.
In addition, freshwater arches tend to be irregular and unstable, which requires the experience of a welder to guarantee welding. Otherwise, there is a risk of electric shock to the welder.
The combination of hydrogen and oxygen can lead to the formation of many bags of gas. This gas cushion can cause a fatal explosion if ignited.
If you hear a slight burst during wet welding, hydrogen and oxygen bubbles may have accumulated. In this case, you should immediately stop welding and look for a place where these gases can accumulate.
Thick decompression
This condition can occur if the diver ascends too quickly from the high pressure zone to the low pressure zone. This creates nitrogen bubbles which enter the person's bloodstream. These blisters that spread throughout the diver's body can cause many serious symptoms. This can lead to rashes, joint pain, paralysis or even death.
Even the most experienced underwater welders can drown. It can also happen with the right equipment. This is generally the result of old or untreated equipment such as a mask, a hose or an oxygen tank. Other hazards that may arise are hazards underwater or on your own line of equipment. Mainly because the deeper you go, the harder it is to see.
Always check your equipment before diving to make sure nothing is broken and everything is working properly. Also make sure the air supply tank is full.
The temperatures underwater can be very cold, which means that the heat is dissipated from the body. Extreme heat loss if a diver stays too long in cold water can cause metabolic problems or even organic failure. It is therefore important to have well insulated rubber coveralls to protect against extreme temperatures.
hearing impairment
Spending a lot of time in a high pressure environment can cause temporary and permanent hearing loss. It can also damage the lungs and ears.
marine life
Welding light can attract plankton, which in turn can attract fish. Although they are not a general risk, they can hamper the work of welders. The resulting delay can lead to other potential risks.

Why do people take this risk?

Many welders find this career path interesting and challenging at the same time. In addition, this type of welding is of great importance for many industries around the world. This means a high demand for qualified underwater welders. There is currently no technology that can do this job without anyone. In addition, underwater welders can earn substantial wages that are not available to normal welders.
be ready
To become an underwater welder, you must first have special training in welding under these particular conditions and in diving. During this training, welders also learn all the safety protocols they must follow while working.

Underwater welders must also be in good physical shape. Many companies even require their employees to have "qualified" certification as proof of their health. This can also be done during all the work. It's a great way to make sure the welder is ready for physical work.

Underwater welders never dive alone. This is one of the main rules of diving. Many companies also use pressure relief chambers that gradually move welders up and down. How to avoid turns.

Underwater welding involves working with large equipment in an often dangerous environment. It is therefore not surprising that it involves many risks. However, it is a great opportunity for welders to receive attractive fees. You can find work in rural or offshore areas. 
Dams, ships and bridges can be worked during earthworks. 

Compared to offshore welders, they generally receive less wages, but they also work on less demanding schedules. Offshore welders work mainly on drilling platforms and large vessels. You can expect to make more money, but it also takes a lot of time at sea and weeks of work.