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Global Dust Safety Conference Enters Second Year

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The second annual combustible dust safety event will be presented by Dust Safety Science this March.

Combustible dust research organization Dust Safety Science will host the 2021 Global Dust Safety Conference from March 1 to March 3, offering participants the opportunity to attend presentations presented by industry experts, gain knowledge, engage with the range of stakeholders in the combustible dust community, and receive answers to their questions about combustible dust-related issues.

The 2021 event includes 56 presentations and more than 50 speakers across 15 sessions, which are divided into four tracks: The fundamentals of combustible dust, the live industry program, the live research program, and on-demand educational sessions.

The Fundamentals of Combustible Dust track includes on-demand sessions on hazard identification analysis, dust collection and cleaning, explosion prevention and protection, management systems and performance-based design.

The Live Industry Program highlights industries that deal with combustible dust. Over three days of sessions, DuPont’s Thomas Sherpa will discuss protection of workers and first responders during combustible dust fires, Jason Krbec from CV Technology will speak about a forthcoming combustible dust standard, NFPA 660.

For more information, including the full schedule and registration, visit dustsafetyconference.com.

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