As with all documents of this nature, the guidelines are dependent on feedback from industry and other interested parties. Suggestions on improvements to these guidelines are welcome and should be addressed to Weld Australia(formerly known as the WTIA).
While every effort has been made and all reasonable care taken to ensure the accuracy of the material contained herein, the authors, editors and publishers of this publication shall not be held to be liable or responsible in any way whatsoever and expressly disclaim any liability or responsibility for any loss or damage costs or expenses howsoever incurred by any person whether the purchaser of this work or otherwise including but without in any way limiting any loss or damage costs or expenses incurred as a result of or in connection with the reliance whether whole or partial by any person as aforesaid upon any part of the contents of these Fume Minimisation Guidelines.
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