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Video: Guy Colonna talks about preventing dust explosions

Blog Post created by Michael Hazell Employee on Dec 15, 2010

Combustible dusts can pose a fire and explosion hazard when specific conditions exist.  Awareness of these conditions is the first step towards establishing a combustible dust hazard process management program. During the Orlando conference, Guy Colonna's, manager of NFPA's Industrial Chemical Engineering division, presented a three-part educational session on hazard recognition, the evaluation and analysis of a potentional explosion situation, and steps to take to minimize or eliminate a fire or explosion incident.










 

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