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Environmental, Health & Safety :: Plant & Personnel Safety :: Dust Explosions

November 1, 2010

Explosion Prevention

From the first line of defense to the last, explosion prevention and protection firms are upping their game to preserve yours

Following the devastating explosion at the Imperial Sugar Co.’s Georgia factory that killed 14 people, injured many more employees and leveled the facility in February 2008, it was determined by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Admin. officials and the U.S. Chemical Safety Board that the catastrophe could have been prevented had the manufacturer...

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