Monday, January 19, 2009

Dust Collector Explosion Protection-Webinar

Tomorrow at 12:00 NOON (EST) Gary Johnson, an experienced industrial ventilation and process safety consultant will be presenting a two hour webinar on "Dust Collection: Dust Collector Explosion Protection/Prevention Options,"moderated by Robert Harkin, Associate Editor of Powder and Bulk Engineering.

After the webinar, attendees can e-mail questions and comments. Thats a great deal for $50. Especially since over 50% of combustible dust related fires and explosions in 2008, through media accounts, have occurred in the dust collector. Don't find out the hard way that the dust collector at your facility can possibly create some costly downtime without the proper preventative and mitigative fire/explosion control measures. This is a great way to start the new year out right.

In the meantime be sure to check out the multitude of educational resources that can be found online at
Powder and Bulk Engineering. and Gary's website Workplace Exposure Solutions LLC

Resources
Gary Q. Johnson-Workplace Exposure Solutions LLC
Dust Collector Webinar
Webinar Registration $50
Fike -sponsor
Fenwal-sponsor
Powder and Bulk Engineering.-Host

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