Available On Demand

Combustible Dust Explosion Investigations by Scott J. Simmons, P.E., ACTAR

44 minute


Rimkus invites you to join Scott J. Simmons, P.E., ACTAR, Senior Consultant, for a free, one-hour, on-demand webinar, “Combustible Dust Explosion Investigations.” The webinar will be available until December 31, 2022.

Course DescriptionCombustible Dust Explosion Investigations is a one-hour course designed to help participants better understand current challenges in industries dealing with combustible dust. The course provides an overview of past explosions of various plants, engineering challenges for design, and various factors to consider when investigating these explosions and failures.

United States-based participants have the opportunity to earn CLE Home Study credit in the following states:

CLE Home Study Course Numbers:

CO (817743), FL (2206196N), GA (63959)*, NC*, OR (92158), TX*

*Our self-reporting CLE states GA, NC, and TX. Please email us at CE@rimkus.com if you require a certificate of completion. 

For CLE credit, you must log in individually, respond to random poll questions during the webinar, and provide your bar number(s) while registering to ensure proof of participation. Participant’s log in/out time is automatically recorded by ON24; participation for a minimum of 50 minutes is required to be eligible for credit.

*This webinar is copyrighted by Rimkus for the private and confidential use of its employees and clients only. Any other use of this webinar, materials or any pictures, descriptions, or accounts of it without Rimkus’ expressed permission is prohibited.

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Scott J. Simmons, P.E., ACTAR

Senior Consultant


Scott Simmons, a Denver-based Senior Consultant, is an ACTAR-Accredited vehicle accident reconstructionist and a licensed mechanical engineer in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming. He is responsible for the investigation and evaluation of product failures, injuries, vehicle/motorized equipment accidents, fires, and mechanical failures in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. His background includes experience with maintenance and engineering projects in various stages of complicated manufacturing processes, including hands-on experience with rotating equipment. He also has expertise in in the design and implementation of systems in hazardous areas, as well as a thorough understanding of safety procedures and standards related to NFPA regulations, OSHA requirements, process safety management, and process controls. Mr. Simmons holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University.

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