Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Combustible Dust Hazard Awareness Discussions on LinkedIn

View John Astad's profile on LinkedIn

Here is an open invitation to join the Combustible Dust Forum on LinkedIn. Robert Dombroski the technical project manager at EMSL Analytical Inc., initiated the forum which is open to all stakeholders that wish to discuss issues concerning identifying, evaluating and controlling the hazards of combustible dust in the workplace.

Additionally, the LinkedIn professional network is an ideal venue where we can all communicate effectively between each other concerning a diverse spectrum of combustible dust topics. To join the Combustible Dust Forum you must first sign up on LinkedIn and complete a profile, this eliminates any spammers from interfering and sending unwanted messages.


27 January 2012 Update
The above Combustible Dust Forum was the first combustible dust discussion group on Linkedin. Subsequently, two months later in November 2008, the Combustible Dust Policy Institute also started a discussion group in Linkedin. These are both valuable resources for stakeholders seeking information on combustible dust hazard awareness.

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