Monday, October 6, 2008

Combustible Dust Explosion Inspection Training

The Illinois Safety Council is hosting several Combustible Dust Explosion Inspection Seminars at the University of Illinois in Naperville, Illinois on October 30 and November 20, 2008. Joseph Howicz, who has served for over 30 years as an OSHA Compliance Officer and OSHA Instructor in addition to John Newquist, OSHA's Region V Assistant Regional Administrator for Cooperative and State Programs will be speakers at the seminars.

Topics will include preventing and mitigating explosions, OSHA Combustible Dust NEP, OSHA Inspection Details, and a review of the important NFPA 654 Combustible Dust standard. Naperville is a short drive from Chicago's O'Hara Airport. Attendees who complete the one day program will receive Certificates of Completion (CEU) from the University of Illinois.

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