Monday, March 31, 2008

Grain Combustible Dust Explosions and Fires: 2008

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Combustible dust explosions and fires occurring in grain elevators and feed mills during 2008 throughout the United States. The OSHA grain facility combustible dust standard has reduced the the number of fatalities and injuries since prior to 1988 when the standard was implemented. Yet incidents still occur on a regular basis.

Also included on the Google Map are incidents in Canada and the United Kingdom.


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