NeoEHS Hot Work Permit

Stay safe during hot work operations with our efficient Hot Work Permit solutions.

Hot Work Permit

Performing hot works on construction sites or in industries requires hot work permits. These permits are required for thawing pipes, torch-applied roofing, chemical welding, and welding that involves open flames and/or sparks.

With our NeoEHS software, you can easily issue, manage, and track hot permits. The software ensures that all necessary precautions are taken before hot work begins. It helps you streamline the permit approval process, improve communication, and build a safer work culture. Using our application, you can assess risks, prepare safety documents, and report on potential accidents.

Our app further provides users with the flexibility to customize checklists according to the organisation requirements of their hot work management.

Hot Work Examples

Hot works are any processes that generate heat, sparks, or flames that could ignite flammable materials or cause fire hazards. Here are a few hot work examples:

  • Welding and Cutting

  • Brazing and Soldering

  • Grinding and Sanding

  • Use of Open Flames

  • Thawing Pipes

  • Temporary Heating Devices

  • Hot Tapping

Hot Work Examples
Components of a Hot Work Permit

Components of a Hot Work Permit

The standard hot permit should consist of the following components:

  • Work location, date of commencement and completion of work

  • Work description

  • Equipment identification

  • Work area fire hazard assessment

  • Fire prevention evaluation

  • Worker protective gear

  • Accident emergency procedures

  • Permit review and approval by an authorized competent person


The checklist aids in addressing the essential fire protection measures required for conducting safety hot works. It covers aspects such as:

  • Fire watch

  • Fire extinguishers

  • Flammable liquids

  • Floor and wall openings

  • Combustible and Non-combustible materials

  • PPE such as welding shield, lather apron and welding glove

  • Sprinkler

  • Barricade & warning signage provision

  • Flashback arrestors

  • Smoke detector

  • Fire alarms

  • Dust, lint, and oil deposits

  • Metal shields

  • Hot works equipment

Hot Work Permit Precautions Checklist
Key Features

Key Features

  • Configurable dashboards

  • Intuitive platform to store and manage all permit-related data

  • Ability to customize hot work permit forms

  • Easily accessible from any device

  • Export data in PDF or Excel format

  • A seamless integration with other EHS systems

  • Generate reports and analytics on hot work activities

What Is The Purpose Of Hot Work Permit From NeoEHS?

Our permit not only streamlines permit management but also plays a crucial role in minimizing the risk of fire hazards.

Intuitive Platform

We have a centralized platform to record detailed safety measures taken, risk assessments performed, and precautions implemented.


Our application allows you to customize permit templates, workflows, and safety protocols according to specific job requirements and industry standards.


Our application can be integrated with any technology platform, such as SAP, ERP, Oracle, Active Directory, etc.

Expiration Alerts

With our app, you can send notifications when a permit is about to expire, prompting a reassessment and renewal if necessary.

Streamlined Approval Workflow

Designated personnel can efficiently review and approve permits digitally with just a few clicks. Notifications and reminders ensure that approvals are conducted in a timely manner.

Reporting and Analytics

Our app can generate reports and analyze hot work activities, incidents, and safety performance for compliance and continuous enhancement.

Regulatory Compliance

The use of hot work permits ensures workplace safety, complying with these regulations to avoid fines, legal issues, or accidents.

Ensures Safety

The issuance of a permit includes inspecting the work area for potential fire hazards and implementing safety measures, such as fire extinguishers and protective gear, to mitigate risks.