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Checklist to Complete a Combustible Dust Safety Program Mobile App

Use the Checklist to Complete a Combustible Dust Safety Program mobile app as you are developing your written combustible dust safety program, to ensure that you cover all of the areas you want to cover. The app provides steps for before you start writing or revising your written procedures and when writing the procedures. Determine how you will introduce the program to employees

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    Use the following checklist as you are developing your written combustible dust safety program, t...

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    Before you start writing or revising your written procedures:

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    Read and understand any regulations, laws, and/or consensus standards related to combustible dust.

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    Review insurance or incident records to see if your company suffered combustible dust-related inc...

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    Identify combustible dust/ignition hazards and affected high-hazard areas.

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    Examine your current practices for controlling combustible dust and combustible dust-related fire...

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    Develop a budget/time line for developing and implementing the program.

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    Obtain management commitment to your combustible dust safety program.

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    Assemble a team to develop your combustible dust safety program.

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    When writing the procedures:

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    Meet with management to determine tentative written program content.

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    Document who provides input to the development of the program.

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    Determine which elements you want to include in the program:

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    Purpose — This section is a statement of the company’s commitment to protect the safety of employ...

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    Administrative Duties — This section assigns responsibility for developing and maintaining this p...

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    Dust and Ignition Sources — This section lists the potential sources of dust and ignition at the ...

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    Employee Participation — This section explains how employees are involved in assessing hazards, d...

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    Hazard Assessment — This section describes hazard assessments performed to identify combustible d...

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    Control Measures — This section provides measures to control dust, ignition sources, and the exte...

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    Inspection — This section lists inspectors and inspection elements.

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    Maintenance — This section goes over maintenance of dust-generating processes, dust collection sy...

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    Management of Change — This section explains how changes in dust producing materials, technology,...

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    Information and Training — This section lists trainers, trainees, topics, and formats.

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    Recordkeeping and Reporting—This section lists maintained records and describes any reporting per...

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    Emergency Action Plan — This section refers to the company’s emergency action plan.

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    Incident Investigation — This section describes the company’s combustible dust incident investiga...

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    Program Evaluation — This section gives procedures for evaluating the written program’s effective...

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    Appendices — This section lists attached documents.

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