SKU:
HAZ025

Safety Matters: Combustible Dust

Many employees do not realize the dangers of combustible dust, which can, under certain conditions, lead to a deadly fire or explosion.

Alert employees to these hazards and help prevent dust explosions with Safety Matters: Combustible Dust. Citing examples and applications of combustible dust, the program helps them:

  • Identify where combustible dust can be found
  • Understand and prevent dust explosions
  • Recognize the value of hazard assessments
  • Adopt preventive and control measures
  • Complete training requirements


  • Many employees do not realize the dangers of combustible dust, which can, under certain conditions, lead to a deadly fire or explosion.

    Alert employees to these hazards and help prevent dust explosions with Safety Matters: Combustible Dust. Citing examples and applications of combustible dust, the program helps them:

  • Identify where combustible dust can be found
  • Understand and prevent dust explosions
  • Recognize the value of hazard assessments
  • Adopt preventive and control measures
  • Complete training requirements


  • Many employees do not realize the dangers of combustible dust, which can, under certain conditions, lead to a deadly fire or explosion.

    Alert employees to these hazards and help prevent dust explosions with Safety Matters: Combustible Dust. Citing examples and applications of combustible dust, the program helps them:

  • Identify where combustible dust can be found
  • Understand and prevent dust explosions
  • Recognize the value of hazard assessments
  • Adopt preventive and control measures
  • Complete training requirements


  • Many employees do not realize the dangers of combustible dust, which can, under certain conditions, lead to a deadly fire or explosion.

    Alert employees to these hazards and help prevent dust explosions with Safety Matters: Combustible Dust. Citing examples and applications of combustible dust, the program helps them:

  • Identify where combustible dust can be found
  • Understand and prevent dust explosions
  • Recognize the value of hazard assessments
  • Adopt preventive and control measures
  • Complete training requirements


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