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Outlines measures and practices to assist those industries which may have risks associated with the presence of combustible dusts as part of their processes. It also assists those industries in minimizing the risk of injury, death or loss of property to fire and/or explosion through the application of good design and management principles and practices in the construction, operation and maintenance of manufacturing and processing plants and associated transportation and storage systems. The classification for levels of protection in Section 7 have been modified to align with the classifications used in referenced Standards.
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