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Combustible Dust Laws in Canada (Updated)

Updated August 2016 Combustible dust isn’t just a U.S. problem! While we’re still waiting on OSHA to issue a combustible dust rule (see here for the current state of progress), other countries are taking their own approach to regulating this clear and present...

Coffee Bean and Dust Collection with Class II, Division 2 Vacuum

Our newest cleaning challenge features the VHS 110, Class II, Division 2 vacuum collecting coffee beans and potentially combustible coffee dust. This specific application demo involves a filtered pre-separator enabling much higher collection capacity while maintaining...

Myth Busters: Understanding OSHA Combustible Dust Regulations

Nilfisk’s Myth Buster series starts here with Understanding OSHA Combustible Dust Regulations. View the video here! _____________________ Myth: There is no OSHA regulation on combustible dust, so I don’t have to worry about inspections and fines. Fact:...

New Combustible Dust Brochure Available

Want to keep your facility safe and rid of combustible dust hazards? Download our latest brochure update to understand how to”Safely Collect Combustible Dust with Certified Explosion-Proof and NFPA-Complaint Vacuums.” To request a free copy please email us...

Quick Facts About Combustible Dust Fire Hazards

This article is Part 1 of our “Quick Facts About Fire Hazards” series. Stay tuned for posts on hot work, flammable liquids and gases, equipment and machinery, and electrical hazards. We put out a ton of content about combustible dust, and we know not everyone has the...

Top 10 Industries That Violate OSHA’s Housekeeping Standard

As we mentioned in a previous blog, the penalties for OSHA violations will increase a whopping 78% on August 1. If you want to avoid costly fines, you need to become compliant as soon as possible. That includes complying with 29 CFR 1910.22, which is the main OSHA...
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