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Items Tagged with 'Combustible dust'
A New York manufacturing company exposed its workers to fire, explosion hazards and a potential occupational carcinogen, according to OSHA, which has levied a $51,800 fine against Salko Kitchens, Inc. "These workers face both immediate and long-term health and safety hazards from on-site conditions," said Kimberly Castillon, OSHA's area director in Albany.
Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) has expanded its corporate headquarters here with the recent opening of a 13,600 sq. ft. (1,263 sq. meter) office facility for sales and administrative staff. The facility includes open-plan and private offices for 85 employees and a training center to be used for customer and internal training and educational programs.
A new brochure from Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) describes the company's line of Farr Gold Series® dust and fume collectors for mining applications. The high efficiency collectors offer proven solutions to dust control in mining operations to protect workers, equipment and the environment - reducing emissions while maximizing production.
A rule to establish standards for combustible dust that’s been in the works since 2009 is scheduled to move closer to completion in 2014, with a proposed draft regulation due this spring. Worker safety advocates and agencies like the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) have expressed frustration over OSHA’s failure to make faster progress in making a combustible dust regulatory change.
Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC), a leading producer of industrial dust and fume collectors, has published a video case study showcasing dust collection solutions for Watts Water Technologies, Inc.