NFPA 652 Countdown:

Crucial Elements to Include in Your Combustible Dust Hazard Analysis

To comply with NFPA Standard 652 for controlling combustible dust, you need to complete a dust hazard analysis (DHA) for your facility. And dust collection systems are one of the most critical elements to be included. In fact, according to FM Global statistics, more than half of all dust explosions originate in the dust collector.


This resource provides tips on organizing your DHA to include all the components of your dust collector including:

  • Do you need a DHA?
  • Using a DHA worksheet
  • Hazardous areas of a dust collector

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