Buro Cres

15 Buro Cntr

Buro Cres

Durban

4091

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.847857

30.979879

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sheet metal workers & mfrs

36 Sage Rd

Sage Rd

Durban

4052

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.925327

30.9799309

20 Piet Retief Rd

Piet Retief Rd

Queensburgh

4093

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.889117

30.904715

296 Gale St

Gale St

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8677

30.999239

20 Piet Retief Rd

Piet Retief Rd

Durban

4093

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.886464

30.906574

240 Booth Rd

Booth Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.859595

30.959028

120 Stella Rd

Stella Rd

Durban

4094

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.88868

30.933881

Sheet metal workers and manufacturers

Sheet metal workers and manufacturers posses technical knowledge that enables them to understand echnical drawings as their work involves fabricating, assembling , installing, and repairing of sheet metal products and equipment.  

Sheet metal workers brace themselves for tough conditions as they often must lift heavy materials and stand for long periods. Workers who install sheet metal at construction sites must bend, climb, and squat, sometimes in close quarters or in awkward positions. Some work outdoors and are exposed to all kinds of weather. Metal bending is a process in which a force is applied to a piece of sheet metal to modify its geometry. Forces are applied to stress the metal beyond its yield strength causing the material to deform, but not fail.

Sheet metal workers and manufacturers have a higher rate of injuries and illnesses than the national average. Common injuries include cuts from sharp metal and burns from soldering or welding. Some sheet metal fabricators work around high-speed machines, which can be dangerous. Because of these hazards, workers often wear safety glasses and must not wear jewelry or loose-fitting clothing that could easily get caught in a machine. To avoid repetitive-type injuries, sheet metal workers work at a variety of different production stations. From design to delivery, sheet metal workers and manufacturers are geared to supply quality products together with professional services. 
 

Sheet metal workers and manufacturers

Sheet metal workers and manufacturers posses technical knowledge that enables them to understand echnical drawings as their work involves fabricating, assembling , installing, and repairing of sheet metal products and equipment.  

Sheet metal workers brace themselves for tough conditions as they often must lift heavy materials and stand for long periods. Workers who install sheet metal at construction sites must bend, climb, and squat, sometimes in close quarters or in awkward positions. Some work outdoors and are exposed to all kinds of weather. Metal bending is a process in which a force is applied to a piece of sheet metal to modify its geometry. Forces are applied to stress the metal beyond its yield strength causing the material to deform, but not fail.

Sheet metal workers and manufacturers have a higher rate of injuries and illnesses than the national average. Common injuries include cuts from sharp metal and burns from soldering or welding. Some sheet metal fabricators work around high-speed machines, which can be dangerous. Because of these hazards, workers often wear safety glasses and must not wear jewelry or loose-fitting clothing that could easily get caught in a machine. To avoid repetitive-type injuries, sheet metal workers work at a variety of different production stations. From design to delivery, sheet metal workers and manufacturers are geared to supply quality products together with professional services. 
 
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