OSHA Memo: New Combustible Dust Hazard Classification
- There is evidence that the product has been involved in a dust explosion event.
- When test data is available from a recognized consensus standard test, classify the product in accordance with that data.
- In the absence of test data, rely on published data for similar materials or classify based on the particle size of the product.
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John Brown, CSP
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Given the choice, I would do all coursework this way. In-person courses go very fast without the opportunity to pause or repeat anything.
Chemical Laboratory Manager
The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided pertinent information above and beyond the questions that were asked.
The online course was well thought out and organized, with good interaction between the student and the course.
Material Release Agent
Lion's training was by far the best online RCRA training I've ever taken. It was challenging and the layout was great!
Hazardous Waste Professional
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Hazardous Material Pharmacy Technician
Excellent class, super instructor, very easy to follow. No rushing through material. Would like to take his class again.
EH&S Facility Maintenance & Security Manager
I attended training from another provider and learned absolutely nothing. Lion is much better. Hands down.
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