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Jul 25, 2013 03:32 PM

U.S. Chemical Safety Board Determines OSHA Response to Seven Open CSB Recommendations on Dust, Fuel Gas, and Process Safety Management to be “Unacceptable;” Board Votes to Designate a Combustible Dust Standard as “Most Wanted”

U.S. Chemical Safety Board Determines OSHA Response to Seven Open CSB Recommendations on Dust, Fuel Gas, and Process Safety Management to be “Unacceptable;” Board Votes to Designate a Combustible Dust Standard as “Most Wanted”

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Jul 28, 2009 12:00 AM

CSB Releases New Safety Video, “Combustible Dust: An Insidious Hazard” Features Three New Animations of Major Dust Accidents, Shows Need for Comprehensive Standard and Improved Safety Practices

Washington, DC, July 28, 2009 – The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) today released a new safety video depicting how accumulations of combustible dust at worksites can provide the fuel for devastating explosions that kill and maim workers, shut down plants, and harm local economies.

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Oct 05, 2005 12:00 AM

CSB Determines Fatal 2003 Incident at Hayes Lemmerz Plant in Indiana Most Likely Caused by Explosion in Dust Collection System; Company Did Not Identify or Control Hazards of Aluminum Dust

Huntington, Indiana, Oct. 5, 2005 - The fatal explosion and fire at the Hayes Lemmerz International, Inc., aluminum wheel plant was caused by the ignition of fine powdered aluminum in a dust collection system in which hazards were neither identified nor adequately addressed, the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) said today in issuing its final report on the incident.

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Nov 05, 2003 12:00 AM

CSB Investigators Find Likely Source of Dust Explosion at Indiana Automotive Plant

(Huntington, Indiana - November 5, 2003) Investigators from the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) have determined that last week's fatal accident at the Hayes Lemmerz automotive parts plant here likely involved an explosion of aluminum dust that originated near an aluminum chip melting furnace.

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Oct 30, 2003 12:00 AM

CSB Team Heading to Site of Explosions at Indiana Automotive Parts Factory

(Washington, DC - October 30, 2003) Investigators from the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) are en route to the site of a series of explosions Wednesday night at the Hayes Lemmerz aluminum wheel casting plant in Huntington, Indiana, near Fort Wayne.

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