The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is responsible for creating fire and electrical hazard regulations, standards and codes that apply to all industries.
Meeting NFPA Standards
- Dust control systems are put in place for much more than just creating purified air environment. The fire and explosion risks associated with dust buildup pose a much bigger threat.
- NFPA codes promote electrical and fire safety in a workplace and ensure a company is operating in the best interest of their employees. Being NFPA certified minimizes risks and damages to property, personnel, and equipment.
Ensuring NFPA compliance is a top priority of our dust collection system assessments. Whether you are installing a new dust control system or upgrading outdated components, we can help you ensure that your facility is operating both safely and legally.