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December 8, 2023
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The virtual conference will provide three days of combustible dust safety in different formats.Image courtesy of Boonyarit / iStock / Getty Images Plus
The virtual Dust Safety Conference is back, February 21-23, 2024. The conference offers combustible dust safety training, education seminars, and research presentations.
During this conference, attendees will understand the latest technologies and foster a global community around preventing dangerous and costly accidents, hazardous flash fires, and explosions from combustible dust. Anyone who handles materials in a powder form or supports these industries.
The number of incidents caused from a dust explosion are many. Dust-related incidents pose significant risks across various industries, and it is crucial to foster collaboration, share knowledge, and promote best practices to enhance workplace safety.
The Global Dust Safety Conference aims to serve as a catalyst for progress by providing a platform for participants to engage in meaningful discussions, gain insights from renowned experts, and explore cutting-edge solutions.
Conference highlights include:
Pre-event video training pack (12 videos): Sent to you prior to the event and packed full of great information on the fundamentals, safety and testing of combustible dust. These videos are meant to inform and help attendees prepare thought-provoking questions for the conference.
Expert Speakers: Three days of live presentations with educational opportunities from 25+ global experts on combustible dust safety topics.
Networking Opportunities: Connect with industry peers, forge new partnerships, and exchange ideas during dedicated networking sessions.
Conference registration is now open. Early bird discounts are available until Jan. 4, 2024. The last day for standard registration is Feb. 18, 2024.
See the full agenda and register at Global Dust Conference 2024.
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