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Most companies aren’t aware that the required Dust Hazards Analysis (DHA) for each industrial facility handling combustible dust needs to be completed in less than a year (by September 2020). In addition, these same companies don’t realize that compliance with NFPA 652 and the other commodity-specific combustible dust standards — which stipulate the DHA requirement — is becoming mandatory in the International Fire Code (IFC) and International Building Code (IBC). This inherently requires a DHA for any facility handling combustible dust. This webinar will provide the basics for DHA compliance requirements. If your company hasn’t complied with this requirement, this webinar is critical to your operation’s future and for compliance with local building and fire codes.
Jack Osborn, PE, is senior project engineer for Airdusco Engineering and Design Services LLC, Memphis, TN. He has more than 43 years of experience in the concept, design, project management, startup, and operations/maintenance training for an extensive range of bulk-solids-related equipment systems, including dust collection, ventilation, air pollution control, pneumatic and mechanical conveying, storage, and more. He’s a member of six NFPA committees on combustible dusts.
He holds a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Tulsa and both a BS and an MS in education from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.
Powder and Bulk Engineering is presenting many webinars throughout 2020 to meet the educational needs of those who are currently handling powder and bulk solid substances. These webinars are an extension of the educational information we provide to you each month.
If you are working on a certification or licensing program that allows Professional Development Hours, CSC Publishing Inc. will (upon request) provide a Certificate of Participation for our educational webinars put on by Powder and Bulk Engineering. One certificate per registered participant will be sent if the webinar is viewed. You should check with your employer or local agency to confirm their specific PDH requirements. In many cases, our educational webinars will contribute toward these hours.
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