Thursday, November 5, 2009

Combustible Dust Webinar-Free

A guide to the prevention of combustible dust hazards through the use of proper cleaning equipment

Please Join: Nilfisk and Occupational Health and Safety
Topic: A guide to the prevention of combustible dust hazards through the use of proper cleaning equipment.


Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Time: 2 PM (EST), 11 AM (PST)

Combustible dust-related fires and explosions have been a danger since the dawn of manufacturing; and while these accidents are not 100% preventable, manufacturers should not view them as inevitable. Facilities can significantly reduce the risk of a combustible dust accident by putting in place best-engineering practices – practices that include a solid maintenance plan in order to reduce or eliminate dangerous dust that settles on floors, walls, machinery, and overhead areas.

This interactive webinar will provide attendees with a basic understanding of the combustible dust issue and discuss critical housekeeping tips and recommendations as they pertain to OSHA’s NEP on Combustible Dust and Nilfisk CFM’s first-hand experiences.

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