Combustible Dust Checklist Mobile App
Many types of dust can be combustible under the right conditions including metal dust, wood dust, plastic dust and organic dusts like sugar and paper.
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Dust particles are common in many industries such as textile production, agriculture, furniture production, chemical production, recycling operations, metal processing and wastewater treatment Keeping your facilities safe from combustible dust hazards requires paying close attention to the details, and if OSHA shows up for an inspection, they’ll be examining the details provided in the Combustible Dust Checklist mobile app. The combustible dust checklist form meets all of the requirements of the OSHA combustible dust standard. Use this mobile form to make sure you are in line with OSHA's requirements, including dust containment, personal protective equipment, and hazard communication. The checklist form can also be used to prevent accumulated dust or a dust explosion hazard, implement a hazard assessment, and maintain occupational safety.