Western Iowa Tech Community College - SH-16634-07

Process Safety Management

Grantee Name: Western Iowa Tech Community College Grant Number: SH-16634-07 Grant Year: 2007

The grantee developed process safety management training materials for small-to-medium scale, rural biorefinery plants producing ethanol and biodiesel fuels. Training materials comprise of seven PowerPoint presentations including workplace hazards and combustible dust.

Process Safety Management (PSM) in Biofuels Refineries

Title Language Length Format File Size
Process Safety Management (PSM) in Biofuels Refineries
Module 1 - Process Safety Management in Biofuels Refineries
English
25 slides
PPTX 877.05 KB
Module 2 - General Workplace Hazards
English
19 slides
PPTX 490.18 KB
Module 3 - Ethanol Transportation and Storage Hazards
English
14 slides
PPTX 305.06 KB
Module 4 - Combustible Dust
English
23 slides
PPTX 4.45 MB
Module 5 - Hazards of Flowing Grain
English
20 slides
PPTX 1.75 MB
Module 6 - Confined Space
English
35 slides
PPTX 409.52 KB
Module 7 - Boiler Safety
English
24 slides
PPTX 592.83 KB

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