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Getting a Head Start on What's New in NFPA 484 (2019) - Standard for Combustible Metals

When: Thurs, September 13, 2018 at 2:00pm EDT

Combustible metal dusts have been recognized as a cause of many catastrophic fires and explosions. Organizations such as the US Chemical Safety Board, National Fire Protection Association, US Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the European Union have recognized this problem through publications, investigations, stakeholder meetings, regulations and recommended practices.

In the United States, industry practices for metal dusts are set forth in several NFPA standards. The “on ramp” to managing combustible dust hazards is NFPA 652 – Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust. This Standard then refers the users of metal dust to the commodity specific requirements contained in NFPA 484 – Standard for Combustible Metals. First published in 2002, NFPA 484 has undergone five revisions. In addition to a complete reorganization of the document, changes in the 2019 edition include improved alignment with NFPA 652, the addition of Chapter 7 on Dust Hazard Analysis, Chapter 12 on nanometals, Chapter 13 on Additive Manufacturing, and major new requirements for Dust Collection systems.

Join us to review the updated requirements in NFPA 484 (2019) to give you a head start on using the new edition effectively.

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Process Safety Management in Food Manufacturing

When: Tues, September 18, 2018 at 10:00am EDT

Food manufacturing involves the storage, handling and processing of powders, liquids and gases. Many of these are combustible and food manufacturers need to comply with legislation such as ATEX and DSEAR.

DEKRA Process Safety have carried out many audits and continue to find areas where fire and explosion hazards are not being suitably controlled. This webinar shares this knowledge and is tailored specifically for food manufacturers.

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