Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Combustible Dust Hazards Workshop-IFSS 2010-Houston

Combustible Dust Pre-Conference Workshop at the 5th Annual Industrial Fire, Safety, and Security Conference-IFSS 2010 upstairs in the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston, Texas, February 2 2010 from 8:00 AM- 5:00 P.M. (Lunch Included) Topics will introduce attendees to the hazards of combustible dust fires and explosions in the manufacturing, non-manufacturing, and utility sectors. Stakeholders will acquire important information, which they can utilize in identifying, evaluating, and controlling combustible dust hazards. The educational workshop will assist stakeholders in minimizing and preventing combustible dust incidents in addition to achieving OSHA regulatory compliance.

Currently a situational awareness is lacking nationwide that combustible dust poses a potentially explosive atmosphere the same as flammable gases, vapors, and mists. Are you aware of the dust hazards at your facility, which can result in OSHA citations?

Guests speakers: Tim Anderson, Owner, All Feed Processing and Packaging Inc "Regulatory Compliance Small Business Perspective"

Robert Zuiderveld, General Manager, Pyroban Corporation "Powered Industrial Equipment Operation in Potentially Explosion Hazardous Locations"

Bruce Gordon, Senior District Manager, Nilfisk , "Proper Housekeeping and Explosion-Proof Vacuums Hazardous Locations"

WHO ATTENDS IFSS Workshops and Seminars?

Attendees from across the United States converge at IFSS every year to meet with their peers - industrial emergency response and security leaders throughout the industrial and energy marketplace.



* Regulatory Agencies
* Emergency Management Departments
* LEPC's - Local Emergency Planning Committees
* Municipal Fire Districts - Mutual Aid


* Oil & Gas Exploration & Production
* Refineries
* Petrochemical/
Chemical Facilities
* Pipelines
* Terminals/Storage Facilities
* Power Plants
* LNG Facilities
* Process Industries
* Transportation/
* Emergency Response Teams
* Industrial Fire Brigades
* Security

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