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Senior Process Safety Consultant
Dustcon Solutions Inc. is actively seeking a full-time Senior Process Safety Consultant to perform consulting services related to process safety hazards, including those related to combustible dust. The ideal candidate will possess a technical background in process safety with an ability to identify and analyze fire, explosion, and reactivity hazards in industrial settings. The ideal candidate can demonstrate strong collaborative skills, reliable organizational abilities, adaptability in the workplace, and hold high ethical and safety standards.
Dustcon Solutions Inc. is a Process Safety and Engineering Consulting Firm based in Palm Beach County, FL . Our principal objective is to help clients identify and address Process Safety Hazards that pose a risk to assets and personnel, with an emphasis on combustible Dust Hazards. As a leader in the combustible dust safety community, Dustcon Solutions is the trusted source for expert consulting services including hazard assessment, laboratory testing, and training services.
-Act as expert advisor to clients handling hazardous materials, such as in chemical and combustible dust manufacturing, working closely to develop a trusting relationship.
-Perform hazard assessments including; DHA, HAC, PHA, HAZOP, etc.
-Review others’ hazard assessment reports, acting as Peer Reviewer, to ensure completeness and correctness of the analysis and recommendations.
-Collaborate with clients and laboratory staff to provide expertise on Combustible Dust and chemical reactivity testing practices including sampling plans, test methods, and interpreting results.
-Minimum 5 – 10 years of experience in process safety-related engineering and/or combustible dust in manufacturing environments
-Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Fire Protection, or a related field required
-Advanced Degree or Certification (PE, MS, PhD, CSP, CFEI, etc.) is an asset.
-Working knowledge of NFPA and other standards related to combustible dust hazards
-Experience leading DHAs, HACs, PHAs, or HAZOPs