Friday, April 10, 2009

Industry Combustible Dust Hazards-Podcast #6



Brian Edwards, Director of Engineering at Conversion Technology Inc. discusses specific industries and the dust hazards at each. In addition to how knowledgeable the safety managers and people in industry tend to be and the types of OSHA citations some of these industrial facilities are receiving for failing to address combustible dust hazards.

Resources

Podcast Outline

Imperial Sugar CEO John Sheptor Industrial Sweetener Colloquium Presentation



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is there a way to download this podecast (i.e. as an MP3 file), as is usually the case with podcasts?

John Astad said...

Yes, here is the link
http://www.garageband.com/mp3/Industry_Combustible_Dust_Hazards.mp3?|pe1|WdjZPXLrvP2rYVWzZWplDg

 

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