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What you need to know about Flammable and Combustible Dust Safety

What You Need to Know About Combustible Dust Safety

Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 2pm ET

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According to the Chemical Safety Board, between 2006 and 2017, 111 combustible dust incidents resulted in 66 worker deaths and 337 injuries in the United States. Do your employees know what a hazardous level of combustible dust is? Could they – or you- recognize an imminently dangerous situation? 

In this free webinar, we will discuss how to recognize dangerous combustible dust situations in manufacturing plants and processing facilities. This knowledge will help you quickly observe an unsafe situation in your everyday work environment, recognize what you are seeing, evaluate whether you or your employees are in harm’s way, and decide what steps to take to make the environment safe.

Join us as we discuss:

  • How to recognize dangerous combustible dust situations in manufacturing plants and processing facilities 
  • How to train your workers to do the same
  • How to evaluate whether a situation poses significant danger
  • What steps you should take to protect your workers

Click here to register now! 

Can’t attend live? That’s OK! Register now, and watch on-demand later. 


This webinar may qualify for 0.15 Recertification Points for CSPs, CHSTs, OHSTs, 1 CMP credit for CHMMs, and eligible for CM credits for CIHs who attend. Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or Continuing Education Credits/Units (CECs/CEUs) may also be available for EHS managers participating in this webinar (please note that webinar participants are responsible for exploring their accrediting agency requirements to have their educational credits approved for credit).

Brian Richardson
Technical Departments Manager
Camfil Air Pollution Control

Brian Richardson, Technical Departments Manager, has been with Camfil Air Pollution Control since 2008 and has worked in and around manufacturing facilities for almost 25 years. He started as a Research and Development engineer, and progressed through various management positions where he was tasked with trouble shooting and servicing dust collectors and training personnel on the maintenance and construction aspects of the equipment. In his current role, Brian liaison between the manufacturing areas, sales and engineering departments and helps manage the company’s maintenance and local community training programs.

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