21 03, 2013

New laws sought to create safety around combustible dust


Combustible dust explosions cause injuries and deaths in the workplace The following article was provided by Huber & Palsir, LLC (www.huberpalsir.com) and originally published on the DigitalJournal.com. (To read more, click the following link: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1137733#ixzz2OCXlSqyp.) ### DualDraw’s patented air filtration systems and downdraft technology helps to create safety solutions in the workplace. To learn more

New laws sought to create safety around combustible dust2020-05-29T17:34:30+00:00
1 03, 2013

OSHA Article on Combustible Dust, 3/1/2013


Here is an interesting note via the OSHA newsletter (3/1/2013) about a citation involving Combustible Dust. OSHA cites 3 companies after combustible dust flash fire claims lives of 2 workers at Texas work site OSHA has cited Watco Mechanical Services, Jordan General Contractors Inc. and JP Electric after a combustible dust flash fire claimed the

OSHA Article on Combustible Dust, 3/1/20132019-05-07T23:36:55+00:00
14 02, 2013

Combustible Dust News Article, 2/11/2013


The following article was written and posted on the Occupational Health and Safety Website on February 11th 2013. Five years after combustible dust explosions heavily damaged the Imperial Sugar refinery in Port Wentworth, Ga., exploded, killing 13 workers and injuring many more, U.S. Rep. George Miller, D-Calif., plans to introduce a bill to require OSHA

Combustible Dust News Article, 2/11/20132016-08-11T09:19:37+00:00
7 02, 2013

DualDraw Solutions for Aircraft Manufacturing Customers


Systech Design, located in the mid Atlantic region, has been a well qualified distributor of DualDraw dust and fume collection products for many years. Experts in helping their customers solve tough air quality problems, Systech recently leveraged DualDraw products to improve and make safer certain production processes for a multi-national aircraft manufacturing customer. This particular

DualDraw Solutions for Aircraft Manufacturing Customers2019-05-07T23:36:55+00:00
16 01, 2013

Combustible dust 10 years later: Is your facility in compliance?


Ten years ago (in 2003), the U.S. Chemical Safety Board launched investigations of three major industrial explosions involving combustible dust.These explosions — in North Carolina, Kentucky, and Indiana — cost 14 lives and caused numerous injuries and substantial property losses. The board responded by launching a nationwide study to determine the scope of the problem and

Combustible dust 10 years later: Is your facility in compliance?2020-02-07T18:17:07+00:00
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