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Sterno Policy

The Chicago Area Facilities Operations (CAFO) Hot Work Procedure defines “hot work” as any activity that generates an open flame, sparks, hot slag or excessive heat. This procedure requires that whenever “hot work” is done, a Hot Work Permit must be completed; a fire watch must be posted during the hot work and for 30 minutes after the open flame has been extinguished. As this procedure applies to all CAFO operations, open flame in ANY area without a Hot Work Permit is strictly prohibited.



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