8 04, 2015

Controlling Combustible Dust Hazards

2019-09-27T18:01:32+00:00

As OSHA moves toward widespread, clearly stated regulation of combustible dust hazards, it’s becoming apparent that the situation is finally being taken very seriously. Because of the numerous deadly accidents, more and more companies are taking steps towards combustible dust control, not wanting to risk becoming the next headline in the papers. It’s a

Controlling Combustible Dust Hazards2019-09-27T18:01:32+00:00
21 03, 2015

Smoke & Fume Dangers and Precautions

2020-04-10T15:35:44+00:00

Dangerous levels of fume and smoke concentration are a common fact in the welding industry, and sometimes a normal part of the job. These industrial fumes can prove a deadly hazard to workers forced to endure long periods of exposure. Welding is a huge culprit of deadly smoke and hazardous fumes that can cause

Smoke & Fume Dangers and Precautions2020-04-10T15:35:44+00:00
10 03, 2015

The Importance of Using Downdraft Booths

2019-05-31T21:11:06+00:00

Many industries deal with dangerous chemicals, fumes, gasses, and procedures day in and out. Workers are trained thoroughly to handle such conditions, but even that is not enough to stop certain occurrences. Especially in areas that provide little ventilation, some industries are always seconds away from the next big accident. It’s a terrible truth, but

The Importance of Using Downdraft Booths2019-05-31T21:11:06+00:00
18 02, 2015

Dust Collection with DualDraw

2019-12-06T15:30:30+00:00

There are countless examples that can be used to pinpoint the dangers of combustible dust. Whether you are looking at the amount of deaths caused by the various forms of combustible dust or the amount of injuries, it is a grim view. For example, in 2010, three workers were killed in an explosion in

Dust Collection with DualDraw2019-12-06T15:30:30+00:00
25 11, 2014

Chemical Exposure and Preventing Combustible Dust Accidents

2019-11-22T20:43:25+00:00

Both chemical exposure and combustible dust are ongoing threats to the lives of countless workers every year. OSHA has taken steps recently with both hazards to try and maintain awareness and minimize risks. With lots of prodding from the CSB and stakeholders in general, OSHA has been working diligently to minimize work accidents overall,

Chemical Exposure and Preventing Combustible Dust Accidents2019-11-22T20:43:25+00:00
14 04, 2014

WSJ Article: Combustible-Dust Explosions Prompt Calls for More Oversight

2020-03-20T19:04:47+00:00

Below is a link to an article from the Wall Street Journal (April 9, 2014) on combustible dust with some good information about the current status of the regulatory environment on this important safety topic. Is your organization taking the necessary precautions to prevent a potentially fatal explosive dust accident?  We, at DualDraw, can

WSJ Article: Combustible-Dust Explosions Prompt Calls for More Oversight2020-03-20T19:04:47+00:00
20 08, 2013

Save the Date: DualDraw to exhibit at FabTech, November 18-21, Booth N328

2019-05-07T23:36:53+00:00

McCormick Place, Chicago, IL DualDraw will be showing its premier industrial air filtration products at the upcoming FabTech trade show, November 18-21, 2013, at McCormick Place in Chicago. Please make a point to stop at the DualDraw booth to take a look at our latest downdraft technology.  We are currently working hard towards a new

Save the Date: DualDraw to exhibit at FabTech, November 18-21, Booth N3282019-05-07T23:36:53+00:00
7 08, 2013

Montana-based company cited by OSHA for safety violations involving combustible dust

2019-05-07T23:36:53+00:00

DualDraw offers a full line of collection equipment for the capture of combustible dust and hazardous fumes. If you are working with aluminum, titanium, or magnesium you will want to consider our products designed to capture these dangerous dusts and avoid safety violations during OSHA inspections. DualDraw products are designed to comply with NFPA and

Montana-based company cited by OSHA for safety violations involving combustible dust2019-05-07T23:36:53+00:00
1 08, 2013

U.S. Chemical Safety Board Votes to Designate Combustible Dust Standard to it “Most Wanted”

2019-05-07T23:36:53+00:00

Recently the U.S. Chemical Safety Board voted to designate the Combustible Dust Standard to its “Most Wanted List.” DualDraw will continue to watch this news item closely and report on it as our patented technology and downdraft equipment can be used to address Combustible Dust safety in the work environment. For more information about DualDraw

U.S. Chemical Safety Board Votes to Designate Combustible Dust Standard to it “Most Wanted”2019-05-07T23:36:53+00:00
11 04, 2013

New OSHA resource addresses procedures for combating combustible dust fires

2019-05-07T23:36:54+00:00

The following press release, issued April 1, 2013, from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, addresses procedures for combating combustible dust fires OSHA issues new resource to protect emergency workers at combustible dust fires WASHINGTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration today published Firefighting Precautions at Facilities with Combustible Dust*, a new, informative booklet that outlines

New OSHA resource addresses procedures for combating combustible dust fires2019-05-07T23:36:54+00:00
21 03, 2013

New laws sought to create safety around combustible dust

2020-05-29T17:34:30+00:00

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

2019-05-07T23:36:55+00:00

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
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