Schedule a DHA Consultation

Do you handle powders? Does your facility generate dust? Did you know that most powders and dusts handled in North America are combustible and carry a dust explosion risk? In order to ensure the safety of your workforce and facility, you’ll want to have a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA) performed to identify these dust explosion hazards. In any case, there is a requirement under NFPA 652 for every owner or operator of a facility that may be handling combustible dust to undertake a DHA.

If you’re in need of a Dust Hazard Analysis to help protect your facility, you can look to us at Stonehouse Process Safety for help.

DHA Consulting
NFPA 652 requires all facilities working with potentially combustible dusts to

  • determine the combustibility hazards of their materials,
  • identify and assess the hazards they present
  • manage the risks, and
  • communicate the hazards

At Stonehouse Process Safety, our team of experts provide insights into problem areas that pose a risk to your facility and team. We’ll help you understand and identify your dust explosion hazards and advise on mitigation and risk reduction strategies; towards making your facility safe and compliant.

We can even test your powders in our dust explosion laboratories to obtain the data you need for a complete DHA project.

How to Get Started

If you’re ready to learn if your facility or plant is NFPA 652 compliant you can quickly and easily get started. Simply contact us! We’ll set up a free-of-charge phone call with one of our dust explosions specialists to go over the requirements of NFPA 652, answer your questions, and provide you with a route to NFPA 652 compliance – and a safer plant.

Contact us to get started.