WEBINAR: 5 Benefits of Completing a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA)

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30-minute FREE Webinar



Chris Giusto, PE

Director of Industrial Projects & Combustible Dust Safety

  • Chris has nearly 20 years of mechanical engineering experience.
  • He has spent three quarters of his career working with combustible dust hazards and designing NFPA-compliant equipment and systems.
  • With expertise in material handling and dust collection systems, he brings a comprehensive approach to practical solutions for improving safety and meeting NFPA requirements.
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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!

  • Get a clear definition of what a Dust Hazard Analysis is.
  • Discover the benefits of completing a DHA.
  • Consider the associated costs.

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.