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REMBE to Host Complimentary Combustible Dust Presentation

REMBE GMBH Safety + Control is hosting a Lunch & Learn presentation and educational workshop Tuesday, May 14, 2013 from 9:30 am - 1:00 pm at the Toronto Congress Centre, Al Waxman Rooms 3-4, that is complimentary for PTX Canada/Powder Show Canada expo registrants. A complimentary lunch will be provided.

Gary Q. Johnson, consultant, Workplace Exposure Solutions, will present the workshop, “Dust Collection Systems that Control Fugitive Dusts and that Meet NFPA Standards,” while Dr. Johannes Lottermann, senior consultant explosion protection, REMBE GMBH will present the Lunch & Learn, “Safe Handling of Combustible Dusts by Means of Passive Explosion Protection.”

Educational Workshop: Dust Collection Systems that Control Fugitive Dusts and that Meet NFPA Standards

Combustible dust hazards and risks are becoming better understood since OSHA’s Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program began more than five years ago. The worst combustible dust incidents involved large fugitive dust accumulations. Also, dust collection systems have been involved in roughly 40% of combustible dust incidents. The presentation will show how dust collection systems are a major tool to control combustible dust risks with both types of incidents above. The presentation will review how dust collection systems are used to control minimize fugitive dusts, the unique dust explosion hazards that can occur in these systems, common risk mitigation approaches applied to these systems, and the key elements of overall equipment program management needed to keep the systems performing well over the useful life of the system.

Lunch & Learn: Safe Handling of Combustible Dusts by Means of Passive Explosion Protection

Explosion Safety – WHY?
Introduction
Legal requirements
Practical examples

Explosion Safety – HOW?
Explosion prevention
Explosion protection (especially passive)
Comparison of different explosion protection measures
Understanding explosion protection to achieve other business objectives

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