DUST HAZARD ANALYSIS (DHA) BEYOND PRESCRIPTIVE MEASURES

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Aug 11, 2020

Combustible dust hazards can be considered as one of the more under-acknowledged hazards in manufacturing facilities, but today, as awareness for combustible dust hazards grow, it's important to highlight the importance and variety of approaches for a dust hazard analysis (DHA).

Senior Engineer, Kamal Aljazireh, PE, and Process Safety Consultant, Purvali Chaudhari, PhD, explain why prescriptive-based DHA, although the quickest and offering the lowest up-front costs, identifies gaps that may be difficult for the facility to address. Learn how the alternative approaches, performance-based and risk-based DHA can be the optimal for your facility.

Read the full article on EHS Today here.

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