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Chilworth Global Computer-Based Training on Combustible Dust

March 22, 2010
Combustible dust clouds may not normally be present in the workplace, but may be present inside process vessels, dust collectors, and powder transfer equipment.  Ignition sources can be present in the workplace and processing operations such as milling, blending, pneumatic conveying, and drying, and can ignite powders through electrical sparks, friction, and static electricity. These modules are designed to train employees on important concepts regarding identification and remediation of these issues.

Chilworth Global Online Training is convenient and easy to use. Employees learn at their own time and pace. The system automatically tracks progress and quiz scores and bookmarks the learner’s place. Upon completion of the course, employees can print a certificate of completion.

Features include:
- Web-based design
- User-friendly/interactive interface
- Easy-to-understand language with industrial examples
- Built-in test Q&A with explanations for answers
- Pop-up notes
- Tracks individual performance

Modules
- General Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards; duration – 35 minutes
- Working Safety Around Combustible Dust; duration – 1 1/2 hours

For more information on Chilworth’s Computer Based Training, visit www.chilworth.com