Sponsored Webinar: The Dust Hazards Analysis Deadline Is Approaching. Are You Ready?

Where to start and how to get it done
Originally delivered Mar 20, 2018
Source: Sponsored
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Join ioKinetic’s Michelle Murphy as she prepares you to complete the pre-planning, execution and follow-up tasks required by a NFPA-compliant dust hazards analysis. This live webinar takes place on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, from 2:00-3:00 pm EST.

This 60-minute ioKinetic-sponsored webinar focuses on how to meet the NFPA’s  requirements for DHAs. You’ll learn how to generate and gather process safety information— including the appropriate dust characteristics to measure—choose a qualified DHA leader, staff your team, select a methodology to apply, evaluate process operations and building compartments, document the discussion, and follow up. While there is still time, take this opportunity to get up-to-speed on NFPA standards OSHA has referenced in violations and recommendations as generally accepted good engineering practices (RAGAGEP).

Take a look at your agenda:

  • Understanding your obligations under the NFPA
  • Dust characterization tests to complete and how to save money on unnecessary tests
  • How to develop threshold housekeeping dust accumulation levels
  • Choosing a hazard analysis methodology
  • Potential ignition sources to evaluate

Register now for this live webinar presented by a process safety/risk management expert and learn how to successfully manage a NFPA-compliant dust hazards analysis.


Michelle Murphy

Ms. Murphy is a partner of ioKinetic, LLC, headquartered in Salem, New Hampshire. Michelle is an expert in process safety and risk management and currently manages chemical reactivity and combustible dust characterization testing. Her areas of expertise include combustible dust hazard management, reactive chemical evaluation, kinetic modeling, reactive vent size evaluation, process safety management, and process hazard analysis (PHA). Her process safety work has been conducted throughout the chemical and oil and gas industries, including specialty chemical, pharmaceutical, plastics, oil...Read more



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