Webinar On Launch Of SS 667 : 2020 Code Of Practice For Handling, Storage And Processing Of Combustible Dust

16 Apr 2021

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The Association is pleased to share with our members the above-captioned webinar that is organised by the Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC). 

This webinar will launch the New Singapore Standard on SS 667 : 2020 Code of practice for handling, storage and processing of combustible dust.

This new standard provides a comprehensive procedure on the handling, storage and processing of combustible dust to prevent and mitigate fires and dust explosions in facilities handling such materials. It is designed to aid users in the assessment of dust fire and explosion hazards and the mitigation of those hazards through facility design, equipment/process control measures, elimination of ignition sources and minimisation of damage.

Please see below for more details. Alternatively, you may refer to SCIC’s website or this brochure.

Webinar Details

Date: 19 May 2021 (Wed)
Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Platform: GoToWebinar

Note: Registration cut-off date is on 12 May 2021 (Wed)

Programme Brief

How to Register?

To register, interested participants will need to purchase a copy of SS 667 : 2020 (at a 20% discounted price of $54.27 [incl. GST]) from Toppan Leefung Pte Ltd. To purchase a copy of the SS 667:2020, please click here. For each purchase of SS 667 : 2020, the company is entitled to send up to 3 participants.

If you have any enquiries on the purchase of standards, please contact Mr Rahman Daud from Toppan Leefung Pte Ltd at rahmandaud@toppanleefung.com.

Upon your successful purchase of SS 667 : 2020, you will receive an email with the details to obtain access to the webinar in a few working days’ time.

Who Should Attend?

Organisation which manufactures combustible dust, industry users and institutes of higher learning (IHL) handling combustible dust (e.g. food processing, woodworking factories, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, specialty chemicals, additive manufacturing, and logistics industry), agencies and regulators.

Stakeholders who manufacture, process, blend, convey, repackage, generate or handle combustible dusts or combustible particulate solids are encouraged to join the webinar to learn more about the new standard.

Our Warmest Regards,

ASPRI Secretariat