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This course combines Process Safety Management (PSM) and Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) into one course. The course provides an understanding of the practices and procedures that should be implemented to provide safe operations within the bounds of OSHAs 29 CFR 1910.119 (Process Safety Management). This course combines lecture and practical workshop exercises to allow participants to get hands-on experience conducting PHAs for explosive processes within the requirements of the PSM requirements.

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This course presents the testing protocol associated with classifying propellant, explosives, and pyrotechnics (PEP) for transportation, storage, and facility siting.

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This course instructs personnel on the recognition of explosive hazards and safe operations specifically related to cleanup and decommissioning activities. These concepts can be applied to ongoing processes and equipment or the removal of old equipment and facilities.

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This course outlines the 7 basic principles of explosive safety, and addresses industry standards relating to explosives manufacturing.

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This course focuses on testing protocol and standards for energetic materials for transportation, storage, facility siting, and in-process classification/characterization.

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This course discusses the contents of NFPA 652, the precautionary measures needed to prevent dust explosions, and the requirements of a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA).

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This course is intended as a trainer level course to provide those attending this course with the skills and knowledge to take this information and train other staff within their respective organizations on the electrical classification, standards, compliance, and industry practice as it relates to electrical equipment in hazardous areas.

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This course is an advanced level course that provides participants with in-depth knowledge of the critical elements of explosive site plans (ESPs) and the associated quantity-distance (QD) relationships.

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