Kirkwood Community College - SH-17797-08
|Grantee Name: Kirkwood Community College||Grant Number: SH-17797-08||Grant Year: 2008|
The grantee conducted an awareness-level combustible dust safety course addressing grain dust, bio-solids, and other organic dusts such as sugar, flour and paper. Training targeted agriculture, food processing and fiber sectors with a focus on grain elevators and ethanol bio-refineries. Training materials include a PowerPoint presentation and manual.
Combustible Dust: Safety and Injury Prevention Awareness
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