Thursday, April 10, 2008

Combustible Dust Training-May 5-8

Now that the word is getting out concerning the explosive atmospheres that are generated by combustible dusts in the workplace. It's time to obtain some training from professionals who work daily in the industry providing protection for all process industries.

The Process Technology for Industry International Expo (PTXi ) in Rosemont, Illinois on May 5-8 is the place to go. Also referred to as
the International Powder & Bulk Solids show. The extravaganza has been joined by Pharma Process, Chem Process, and the Process Pack shows. So there will be plenty of venues to participate in across a wide spectrum of industry. Heres a quote from the website concerning the educational sessions:

The 2008 Process Technology Expo International Conference will provide leading educational sessions structured with extensive input from process industry experts to provide practical high-value information attendees can immediately apply to their job responsibilities.

Topics covered on combustible dusts at the PTXi conference daily educational sessions:

Thats 15 hours of intensive training spread out over three full days,with some time in between the morning and afternoon sessions to view the exhibits in the Donald Stevens Convention Center. This training sessions will get you to speed so you don't end up on the Google Map of the next preventable and predictable combustible dust explosion or fire.

Conference registration includes:
  • Lunch on registered day(s)
  • A set of PTXi proceedings for registered day(s)
  • Canvas tote bag
  • Coffee and refreshments during the session breaks
  • Complimentary admission to the expo
Conference Fees

20% discount rates (Exhibitor, Govt, Student)
Early bird discounted rates
Standard on site rates (after April 11)
1 day
Full Conference

Link to PTXi Conference

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