This course will ensure all participants are aware of important issues associated with NFPA 652 and describe how this standard interacts with other relevant NFPA codes and guidelines. A special emphasis will be placed on explaining the requirements for a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA) and an overview of the methodologies that can be employed to perform a DHA. The course will also include a logical approach to characterizing a powder’s hazardous dust properties, as well as a description of various techniques used to control and/or avoid dust explosions in a safe and compliant manner.
- Overview of NFPA 652
- Fundamentals of Dust Explosions
- Introduction to DHA methodology
- Mock DHA on a Small Blending Operation
- Protection Options
- Daily Learning Assessment
- Questions and Answers
- Course Evaluation Instruction
Advanced hands on DHA Workshop utilizing various risk assessment methodologies
After completing this introductory course, participants will acquire a basic understanding of DHA requirements and methodology. This will include a basis for identifying potential dust hazards and an understanding of how to utilize appropriate test methods to determine levels of potential hazards; as well as how to apply appropriate mitigation techniques to prevent or control combustible dust hazards.
For hotel information or to register, please contact: FAIUniversity@fauske.com
Please direct instructor or course related questions to Ashok G. Dastidar – email@example.com
17 Oct 2017 - 18 Oct 2017
Fauske & Associates, LLC (FAI) is a world leader in nuclear, industrial and chemical process safety. Founded in 1980 by Hans Fauske, D.Sc., Michael Grolmes, Ph.D. and Dr. Robert Henry, Ph.D., FAI became a wholly owned subsidiary of Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC, in 1986. FAI assumed early leadership roles in the acclaimed DIERS program for ...