Category Archives: consensus standards

I’m Not an Engineer! What Do I Care About Management of Change?!

Although OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) standard may be the most challenging of OSHA’s regulations, the PSM standard, along with NFPA consensus standards about combustible dust have raised the topic of the importance of management of change (MOC) outside of … Continue reading

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Combustible Dust Explosions and Compliance – Especially For Food Processors

  I have linked to an Interview by the good folks at, an excellent publication and provider, especially for food processors and related businesses.  We represented construction employers at the 2008 Port Wentworth Sugar Plant (Imperial Sugar) explosion and … Continue reading

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