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Hallam-ICS to Host Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA) Webinar

August 1, 2019
Chris Giusto of Hallam-ICS will present a webinar, "5 Benefits of Completing a Dust Hazard Analysis," on August 15. Image courtesy of Hallam-ICS
Chris Giusto of Hallam-ICS will present a webinar, "5 Benefits of Completing a Dust Hazard Analysis," on August 15. Image courtesy of Hallam-ICS

Engineering firm Hallam-ICS is offering free, 30-minute webinar, “5 Benefits of Completing a Dust Hazard Analysis” on August 15 to assist facility operators in complying with the requirements of NFPA 652: Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust.

Many already know that NFPA 652 requires facilities producing or handling combustible dust to complete a Dust Hazards Analysis (DHA). The number one reason for completing a DHA is to identify hazards and protect facility and its workers.

Considering the potentially devastating consequences of combustible dust explosions, and a certain reluctance by plant managers to allocate budgets to DHA, Chris Giusto, PE, Director of Industrial Projects and Combustible Dust Safety at Hallam-ICS will discuss what benefits there are in addition to compliance and how they compare to the cost.

Hallam-ICS’ webinar will offer participants:

-      A clear definition of what a Dust Hazard Analysis is
-      An opportunity to learn about the benefits of completing a DHA
-      An overview of the associated costs

This free 30-minute webinar is timely information for you to meet the approaching NFPA 652 deadline of Sept. 7, 2020 that requires owners to conduct a DHA for existing facilities and processes.

Hallam-ICS is a 100+ person engineering, safety services, controls integration and commissioning company. An employee-owned business established in 1981, Hallam-ICS has offices in six locations in the US, serving organizations in the industrial process, food and beverage, semiconductor, life science, healthcare and higher education markets.

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