Registration Open For GEAPS/K-State Preventing Grain Dust Explosions Course
Date Posted: October 9, 2013
GEAPS and Kansas State University are offering a new course, GEAPS 544: Preventing Grain Dust Explosions, that looks at the disastrous consequences of explosions, their causes and preventive strategies.
Registration is now open.
Course lectures explore how grain becomes combustible, major explosion risks, why handling produces dust and reducing dust productions, assessing the effectiveness of control measures and the importance of effective hazard monitoring and good housekeeping.
The course also gives advice on how companies should respond if an explosion occurs.
GEAPS 544 was created to bring attention to why explosions happen.
"This course provides … awareness of what the hazard is and what steps can be taken to avoid dust explosions," says Douglas Forst, president of CMC Industrial Electronics and one of the course lecturers.
"Every employee is entitled to a safe workplace."
Courses run Nov. 4-Dec. 6. Registration closes Oct. 29.
For more information about the courses or the GEAPS/K-State Distance Education Program, visit the GEAPS website for contact Rose Miller or Chuck House at GEAPS: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; (952) 928-4640.