Dust Hazard Analysis | How to Conduct a DHA Analysis that meets the NFPA 652 standard
In 2019, the National Fire Protection Association updated its Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust (NFPA 652), requiring all companies with combustible dust hazards to have completed a dust hazard analysis (DHA) by September 2020. While the NFPA Standard is not currently enforced by
provincial regulators, it is considered best practice and in the case of an incident, is typically brought forward in due diligence.
Developed by REMBE® and hosted by the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC, this two day course, the first of its kind offered in Canada, will teach you how to conduct a Dust Hazard Analysis that meets the NFPA 652 Standard.
Seating is limited. Register soon. safetyalliancebc.ca/dusthazard