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Guide to Combustible Dust Safety and Compliance

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Avoiding combustible dust losses with Dust Hazard Analysis and compliance

In a new update to NFPA 652, “Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust,” completing a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA) for existing processes and facilities will be required by September 2020.

A DHA is one step towards protection for your personnel and facilities and to prevent these tragedies. In addition to a DHA, implementing a sound housekeeping program, installing engineered solutions and promoting awareness are all components of a comprehensive safety program.

While NFPA 652 represents regulatory compliance, no one factor will prevent combustible dust explosions and fatalities; a comprehensive approach to safety, prevention, and protection is required.

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This white paper explores:

  • Combustible dust hazards
  • NFPA 652 update requirements
  • Components and benefits of a Dust Hazard Analysis
  • Other loss control strategies for avoiding combustible dust incidents

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