Dust Explosion 

DECO (Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and OSHA) are presenting a FREE webinar on Combustible Dust

Combustible Dust Webinar
May 14, 2008 10:00-11:00 AM
To register, send your email address to rita.mosley@illinois.gov

Mr. John Newquist, Region 5 Assistant Regional Administrator, will be
conducting training on the new National Emphasis Program (NEP) on
Combustible Dust.
The purpose of this NEP is to inspect facilities that create or handle
combustible dusts which can cause intense burning or other fire
hazards when suspended in air, and can lead to explosions.
Combustible dusts are finely ground organic or metal particles, fibers,
fines, chips, chunks, flakes, or small mixtures of these materials.
Types of dusts include, but are not limited to, metal (aluminum and
magnesium), wood, plastic, biosolids, organic (sugar, paper, soap and
dried blood), and dusts from certain textiles. Combustible dusts can
be found in the agricultural, chemical, textile, forest and furniture
products, wastewater treatment, metal processing, paper products,
pharmaceutical and recycling operations (metal, paper and plastic)
Please join us in the Webinar.
When: 05/14/2008 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Time Zone: (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US and Canada)
Location: At your computer, or join us at the training site in Rockford,
Illinois at the EiigerLab, 605 Fulton Avenue.

To Register for this no-cost seminar: send your email address to