CEP: October 2003

You can't teach someone common sense, or can you? The principles of inherent safety, first formalized by Trevor Kletz quite some years ago, are purely based on common sense...

Reduce Dust Explosions the Inherently Safer Way

Fluids and Solids Handling
A. G. Dastidar, Faisal I. Khan, P. R. Amyotte
This article is aimed at the development of a framework for dust explosion prevention and mitigation that explicitly incorporates the principles of inherent safety. As distinguished from engineered and procedural safety features, inherent safety...

Is Your Dust Collection System An Explosion Hazard?

Vahid Ebadat, Ph.D.
The prevalence of dust explosions in dust collection units may be due to the fact that the hazards posed by the powders handled are not fully understood or that explosion preventive and protective control measures are insufficient or absent. This...

Efficiently Solve Complex Calculations

Information Technology
Mordechai Shacham, Neima Brauner ,  Michael B. Cutlip
Reduce the chances of computational errors by following this technique, which combines the use of a standard spreadsheet with a numerical software package.

Stay Ahead of Time

Career Catalyst
Judi  Hampton
These tips will help you develop time management and delegation skills to make you more efficient and more effective in your job.
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