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Combustible Dust Regulations, Codes, and Resources by State

Combustible Dust Regulations, Codes, and Resources by State

Introduction The state-level regulations surrounding combustible dust are complex! Most states start with the same basic foundation — e.g., codes and standards developed by OSHA, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and the International Code Council...
Top 6 Vacuum Solutions for Combustible Dust Applications

Top 6 Vacuum Solutions for Combustible Dust Applications

Combustible dust incidents happen in almost every industry, almost every day. Fortunately, most of these don’t make headlines, in large part because safety-conscious companies are taking steps to control dust hazards before they have catastrophic consequences. If you...
Why Good Housekeeping Is Your Most Effective Combustible Dust Control

Why Good Housekeeping Is Your Most Effective Combustible Dust Control

You’ve had your dust tested, and you know you have combustible dust in your facility. You’ve also completed your dust hazard analysis, so you know what processes and activities put you at the greatest risk. Now comes the most important question: What should you do...
Silica, OSHA, Combustible Dust: Our Top 5 Articles of 2018

Silica, OSHA, Combustible Dust: Our Top 5 Articles of 2018

Happy New Year! 2018 was an eventful year, especially in the regulatory arena. In particular, OSHA’s new silica dust rule drastically reduced workers’ permissible exposure limit (PEL) for respirable crystalline silica. This topic, along with other regulatory issues,...