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Are you aware of the possible fire hazards at work?

As a worker, safety at work is your first priority.  If you work in a facility where combustible dust fire/explosion is a hazard you need to know (1) how to recognize the risk, (2) your employer’s mitigation strategies, and (3) the safe work procedures to be followed to prevent the accumulation of combustible dust and its contact with ignition sources.

In this section,  you will find useful information to help you recognize and reduce the danger of a combustible dust fire/explosion. Click on each heading below the photo slider for more detailed information.

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    Dust collector cyclone

  •  Primary & Secondary dust accumulation – Hazardous

    Primary & Secondary dust accumulation – Hazardous

  • Dust collection system keeping workplace clean – Safe

    Dust collection system keeping workplace clean – Safe

  •  Dust not being captured at source – Hazardous

    Dust not being captured at source – Hazardous

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    Is Your Workplace Safe?

    Keep your workplace safe, learn how to recognize the hazards. + READ MORE

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    Protect Yourself

    Hazard mitigation and control, and knowing your Fire Safety Plan are good ways to protect yourself. + READ MORE

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    Photo Gallery

    Images showing safe and hazardous workplace conditions. + READ MORE

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    External Resources

    The fire/explosion hazards associated with combustible dust have been known for a long time, which means there is a wealth of information already available to assist you understand and appreciate the fire/explosion hazard of combustible dust. + READ MORE

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