Tips on explosion prevention, avoiding compliance shortfalls and much, much more
Combustible-dust explosion risk is an urgent concern in processing plants. Register and attend this informative webinar and update on NFPA combustible-dust standards, with a focus on NFPA 654, including what’s significant about it and how it impacts your facility.
As is well known, the National Fire Protection Association has, since 1896, advocated codes, standards and research related to fire and other hazards. NFPA 654 is for fire and dust-explosion prevention in combustible-particle solids handling.
Experts will review how NFPA documents are updated and expectations for the NFPA 654’s next edition, comments for which are being collated now. Related combustible dust standards will be summarized, as well as OSHA’s role in NFPA field-enforcement.
Explosion prevention tips, engineering-control types, housekeeping requirements, and common compliance shortfalls will all be discussed. You’ll also have an opportunity to ask questions.
Featured speakers include:
David Steil, Pharmaceutical Market Manager
Before joining Camfil APC, Steil spent more than 12 years with Wyeth Pharmaceuticals as a member of their corporate Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) group, focusing on industrial hygiene.
Since 2007 he has filled important positions at Camfil APC, including sales and technical support liaison serving the pharmaceutical market; biotech/pharmaceutical market manager for the United States, and currently pharmaceutical market manager responsible for all North America. Steil is a member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) and the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA).
Steil is a graduate of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in safety and industrial hygiene, with minors in physics and mathematics.
Case Ferguson, Mountain West Regional Manager
Since joining Camfil APC in 2005, Case Ferguson has served as a regional manager, OEM market focus manager and director of business development for Camfil Malaysis Sdn Bhd. His experience encompasses all aspects of dust-collection equipment markets and technologies. He also has worked in the powder &bulk solids industry with an engineering construction company. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama.
Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) cleans up manufacturing and production processes with its dust collectors. Just about every production process creates some kind of dust or fume. Camfil APC has a solution.