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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This was the 1st instructor that has made the topic actually enjoyable and easy to follow and understand. Far better than the "other" training providers our company has attended!
Process & Resource Administrator
The exercises in the DOT hazardous materials management course are especially helpful in evaluating your understanding of course information.
Principal Industrial Hygienist
The instructor was very patient and engaging - willing to answer and help explain subject matter.
Material Control Superintendent
Very good. I have always appreciated the way Lion Tech develops, presents and provides training and materials.
The online course was well thought out and organized, with good interaction between the student and the course.
Material Release Agent
Lion is my preferred trainer for hazmat and DOT.
The instructor made the class enjoyable. He presented in a very knowledgeable, personable manner. Best class I've ever attended. Will take one again.
Environmental Compliance Manager
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
Well designed and thorough program. Excellent summary of requirements with references. Inclusion of regulations in hard copy form, as well as full electronic with state pertinent regulations included is a great bonus!
I had a positive experience utilizing this educational program. It was very informative, convenient, and rewarding from a career perspective.
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