Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Fire-Fighter Combustible Dust Hazards Workshop




Unknown hidden dangers are posed on emergency responders when responding to combustible dust related fires and explosions are addressed at the Combustible Dust Hazard Workshop during the 4th Annual Industrial Fire, Safety, and Security Confere
nce
February 3-6 2009 @ Reliant Center (next to the Astrodome) Houston,Texas.

Here is recent example of fire-fighter injuries responding to combustible dust related fires www.is.gd/4oGO Currently, MSDS's do not have the vital fire/explosion hazard data concerning the explosive severity and ignition sensitivity of combustible dusts generated from combustible particulate solids.

 

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