How Is Zone System Implemented For Dust Particles?

When an area is evaluated for hazardous area classification  on the basis of the presence of dust particles, it’s called zone system. There are three different zones categorized on the basis of hazardous material risks. Zone 20 is where ignitable filers or combustible dust particles have been present for a long time.

Zone 21 is the area where dust particles are present only during operational conditions. Zone 22 is the area where there are no harmful dust particles present. Even if they are present, it’s for a very short period.

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Information on SWMS Concreting Services

A wide range of safe work method statements or SWMS for concreting services covers the most common types of work activities that are associated with concreting industry. Such concreting-related SWSM (safe work method statement) provides a way for you as a PCBU or an employer to offer safety and health training. It is done by […]