Understanding & Controlling Electrostatic Hazards
Dust Explosion Prevention & Protection Techniques (including OSHA Combustible Dust NEP)
Gas/Vapor Explosion Hazards
Evaluation and Selection of Electrical and Non-Electrical Equipment for Use in Hazardous Areas
Chemical Reaction Hazards
An essential part of safe manufacturing is the evaluation of processes and plant to identify sources of hazard and to prescribe practical safety measures. To do this effectively requires technical knowledge of process safety and the practical experience of implementing safety measures in plant. The international safety consulting group, Chilworth Global, has put together a series of training courses which have been designed to show how both operational and chemical hazards in manufacturing processes can be systematically identified and assessed, and how the most appropriate basis of safety is selected and implemented.
Who Should Attend
Courses are suitable for staff from the chemical and processing industries, including bulk and finished pharmaceuticals, bulk and fine chemicals, detergents and soaps, petrochemicals, food and drink, plastic and rubber, metals, textiles, paper and lumber, agrochemicals, and dyes and paints.
Space is limited. For dates, times, and locations, or to register, contact Ms. Robin Konrad at 609-799-4449 or [email protected].
Chilworth Technology Inc. Presents Fire, Explosion, & Thermal Hazards Training Courses
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