Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) - SH-17798-08

Combustible Dust

Grantee Name: Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Grant Number: SH-17798-08 Grant Year: 2008

The grantee produced safety training materials on process safety management and combustible dust explosion hazard awareness. Training materials include an instructor guide, participant manual and PowerPoint presentations.

Combustible Dust Explosion Hazard Awareness

Title Language Length Format File Size
Combustible Dust Explosion Hazard Awareness
Instructor Guide
English
174 pages
PDF 4.88 MB
Participant Manual
English
102 pages
PDF 4.75 MB
Module 0 - Training Introduction and Orientation
English
7 slides
PPT 129.50 KB
Module 1 - Combustible Dust Introduction
English
27 slides
PPT 269.00 KB
Module 2 - Dust Control
English
14 slides
PPT 185.50 KB
Module 3 - Ignition Control
English
26 slides
PPT 204.00 KB
Module 4 - Support Systems
English
11 slides
PPT 131.00 KB
Module 5 - Damage Control
English
25 slides
PPT 143.00 KB
Module 6 - Facility Dust Assessment
English
23 slides
PPT 317.00 KB

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