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statistics

Total # of Recommendations
784
Total # of Open Recommendations
198
Total # of Closed Recommendations
586
Total % of Open 25 vs. Closed 75

Documents

   
Feb 12, 2015 PDF Document Urgent Recommendation - Text of Urgent Recommendations
Feb 12, 2015 PDF Document Silver Eagle Metallurgical Analysis - Metallurgical Analysis
Jan 30, 2015 PDF Document Acci Map - Presentations from Public Meetings , Acci Map
Jan 30, 2015 PDF Document Final Report - Final Report
Jan 24, 2015 PDF Document Transcript - Transcripts
Transcript
Jan 15, 2015 PDF Document News Release - General Documents
News Release
Jan 15, 2015 PDF Document News Release - General Documents
The flash fire that burned seven workers, one seriously, at a U.S. Ink plant in New Jersey in 2012 resulted from the accumulation of combustible dust inside a poorly designed dust collection system that had been put into operation only four days before the accident, an investigation by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) has found.
Results: 382 Records found.
 
 
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