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Learn about an ‘insidious hazard’

March 22, 2013
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The Chemical Safety Board has called combustible dust an insidious hazard, and it’s vital to know control and mitigation techniques to prevent potential explosions.

Yesterday, March 21, I moderated a free webinar featuring dust collection and explosion prevention experts from Camfil APC. Watch the archived webinar to learn about engineering controls to reduce explosion risks and how to comply with consensus standards. I hope you check it out.

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