Combustible Dust Housekeeping Training | Company Access
Combustible Dust Housekeeping | Company Access
CORPORATE ACCESS PACKAGE: Unlimited access to Combustible Dust Housekeeping Training for every person in your company for one year*
*To a maximum of 85 individual registrations. Additional seats may be purchased separately.
In response to the concerns surrounding combustible dust hazards, your company has developed a thorough Housekeeping Program. Part of that customized program includes employee training. This SBCA Housekeeping Employee Training module will provide you with information about:
- The Dust Fire and Explosion Pentagon
- Potential explosion hazards in your facility, and
- Proper housekeeping procedures, including the frequency of and process for cleaning.
You’ll learn to identify and quantify combustible dust in the facility while understanding how to help your company build and maintain a comprehensive, formal housekeeping program.
This manager-focused program helps ensure that your company complies with all appropriate OSHA safety and health rules regarding combustible dust housekeeping.
This program outlines what OSHA and affiliated state government agencies are doing to crack down on combustible dust in manufacturing facilities. It helps management and production employees identify and quantify combustible dust in the facility. The tutorial walks through guidelines and checklists intended to help establish a comprehensive, formal housekeeping program. The Combustible Dust Housekeeping Program provides guidance for management to implement a housekeeping plan and gives production employees industry best practices and techniques for following that plan effectively. It covers collection methods from sweeping to using compressed air and reviews OSHA-required methods for proper disposal of combustible dust.
Combustible Dust Housekeeping Program modules include:
- Understanding Combustible Dust
- Developing a Combustible Dust Program
Once the program is purchased, SBCA Staff will reach out to the enrolled individuals with instructions on how to access the program.