Video: Dangers of Combustible Dust

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Adam Webb

I share the video below with someone in the rotomolding industry at least every two months. It has proved to be very memorable for anyone who has seen it — either a molder contacts us because they’ve heard about it, a supplier wants their customer to see it, or there’s a general question about the dangers related to dust accumulation — and so it gets forwarded on again and again. Most recently, Phillipe Goreaud, our colleague at Association Francophone Rotomoulage, mentioned that concerns about combustible dust hazards have increased in France.

The video from the US Chemical Safety Board shows how accumulations of combustible dust can fuel devastating explosions.  Jon Ratzlaff of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company first shared this video with ARM at our 2010 Annual Meeting in Montreal.

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Adam Webb is the Executive Director of ARM.

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One response to “Video: Dangers of Combustible Dust”

  1. […] The message below was emailed to our members in August 2015. The molder referred to in the first paragraph has now been fined. We’re sharing the information again as a reminder for those who are not currently completing the EPCRA reporting. For more on the dangers of comubstible dust, take a look at this frequently-shared video. […]

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