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Thursday, June 27, 2013

OSHA Combustible Dust Resources

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Combustible Dust - An Explosion Hazard

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Any combustible material can burn rapidly when in a finely divided form. If such a dust is suspended in air in the right concentration, under certain conditions ...

 

Combustible Dust in Industry: Preventing and Mitigating the ...

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Additional Elements Needed for a Combustible Dust Explosion: 4. Dispersion of dust particles in sufficient quantity and concentration; and, 5.

 

[PDF] Combustible Dust

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combustible dust locations. PreventionMeasures The facility has separator devices to remove foreign materials capable of igniting combustible dusts.

 

Combustible Dust - An Explosion Hazard - Occupational Safety and ...

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OSHA Guidance. The following OSHA publications contain voluntary guidelines for employers and employees. The first is a short hazard alert with basic information.

 

Combustible Dust - An Explosion Hazard

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OSHA Standards. The following Federal OSHA standards are mandatory; they include provisions that address certain aspects of combustible dust hazards.

 

CPL 03-00-008 - Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program (Reissued)

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(Note: CSHOs knowledgeable in recognition and control of combustible dust hazards and familiar with NFPA provisions need not undergo the training at OTI).

 

Combustible Dust - An Explosion Hazard - Occupational Safety and ...

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Consensus Standards. These standards are NOT OSHA regulations. However, they do provide guidance from their originating organizations related to worker protection.

 

Safety and Health Topics: Combustible Dust - Additional Information

https://www.osha.gov/.../dust-meeting-summary.html

Dust collectors are responsible for half of the combustible dust hazards at facilities; the other half is predominantly a matter of good housekeeping.

 

OSHA Publications - Combustible Dust - Occupational Safety and ...

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Nail Salon Workers: Stay Healthy and Safe While Giving Manicures and Pedicures (OSHA 3542 - 2012) (English: PDF) (OSHA 3560 - 2012) (Spanish: PDF) (OSHA 3558 - 2012)

 

Combustible Dust NEP Status Report - October 2009

https://www.osha.gov/.../combustible_dust_nep_rpt_102009.html

10/2009 Status Report on Combustible Dust NEP ... Background Fires and explosions fueled by combustible dusts have long been recognized as a major industrial hazard.


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