Iowa State University - SH-31232-SH7

Grain Dust Hazards

Grantee Name: Iowa State University Grant Number: SH-31232-SH7 Grant Year: 2017

The grantee provided 2 and 4 hours trainings on grain handling operations to workers and employers in industries with high fatality rates. Target audience included grain handling operation workers and employers, and workers from the agribusiness insurance industry and those who construct grain handling equipment and elevator and feed mill facilities. Training topics included grain dust properties, dust mitigation, controlling ignition sources, equipment and facility maintenance, engineering controls and other topics. Grantee revised existing training materials and developed additional materials. Training was offered in English.

Grain Dust Explosion Prevention

Title Language Length Format File Size
2-hour Prevention of Grain Dust Explosions 2017-2018
English
100 Slides
PPTX 1.90 MB
4-hour Prevention of Grain Dust Explosions
English
139 Slides
PPTX 2.28 MB
Grain Dust Workshop Promotional Flyer
English
1 Slide
PPTX 490.48 KB
2-hr. Training Outline Grain Dust Explosion Prevention Program
English
1 Page
PDF 117.77 KB
2-hr. training Pre-test
English
1 Page
PDF 143.14 KB
2-hr. training Pre-test Answer Key
English
1 Page
PDF 156.98 KB
2-hr. training Post-test
English
1 Page
PDF 133.21 KB
2-hr. training Post-test Answer Key
English
1 Page
PDF 155.15 KB
4-hr. training Pre-test
English
1 Page
PDF 133.97 KB
4-hr. training Pre-test Answer Key
English
1 Page
PDF 134.43 KB
4-hr. training Post-test
English
1 Page
PDF 132.33 KB
4-hr. training Post-test Answer Key
English
1 Page
PDF 132.19 KB
Instruction-Construct a Dust Explosion Demo Unit
English
2 Pages
PDF 169.86 KB
Training Evaluation
English
2 Pages
PDF 150.94 KB

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