Director of Industrial Projects & Combustible Dust Safety
Many already know that NFPA 652 requires facilities producing or handling combustible dust to complete a Dust Hazards Analysis (DHA). The number one reason for completing a DHA is to identify hazards and protect facility and its workers.
Considering the potentially devastating consequences of combustible dust explosions, and a certain reluctance by plant managers to allocate budgets to DHA, Chris Giusto, PE, Director of Industrial Projects and Combustible Dust Safety at Hallam-ICS discusses what benefits there are in addition to compliance and how they compare to the cost.
If your facility produces or handles combustible dust, don’t miss this webinar!
This free 30-minute webinar is timely information for you to meet the approaching NFPA 652 deadline of September 7, 2020 that requires owners to conduct a DHA for existing facilities and processes.