Michigan Combustible Dust
Daily Facility Services has performed Michigan combustible dust cleaning in huge number of facilities throughout the Michigan and all of the United States. Our teams of highly trained Michigan combustible dust cleaning experts have dealt with many types of combustible dust Michigan. In addition, keeping your facility clean and free of dust hazards can assists you in keeping your workplace safe, and help avoid regulatory fines.
Is Your Michigan Dust Combustible?
- Coal and other Fossil Fuels
- Wood and Sawdust
- Plastics and Rubbers
- Sugars, Grains and Food
For the safety of our clients and our stand, we use equipment approved for Michigan combustible dust cleaning, such as intrinsically safe vacuums and grounded hoses. Contact vacuuming with this type of equipment lessens the risk of a dust explosion during the cleaning process. The filtration system of the vacuums is grounded to provide a spark-free operation.
Proper Personal Protective Equipment
Daily Facility Services proper PPE and our staff are trained in OSHA’s 10- or 30-hour Safety, Aerial Lifts, Confined Spaces, First Aid, CPR, Combustible Dust Safety and Awareness, and several other safety courses.
Utilizing the incorrect methods and equipment to clean Michigan combustible dust can be catastrophic. From protective clothing to vacuum hoses, we know that every piece of equipment counts when it comes to safety and compliance.
In OSHA’s Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program, two of the most common citations were improper housekeeping, including combustible dust accumulation, and use of compressed air to blow down combustible dust. Daily Facility Services always abides by standards set by the NFPA, NADCA, and OSHA when performing combustible dust cleaning Michigan services.