|As Dust Hazards Analysis (DHA) has gained recognition, the number of unqualified EHS professionals and engineers providing DHAs has exponentially increased to fill this unmet need. While sound in theory, the so-called “DHAs” provided by these unqualified individuals in combination with the flawed definition of a qualified person have diluted the understanding of what an effective DHA should be and subsequently how combustible dust fire and explosion hazards should be mitigated. In addition to creating a false sense of safety, these “DHAs” often recommend expensive devices and methods to mitigate nonexistent or improperly identified hazards.|
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