Manufacturers voice concerns at OSHA combustible dust meetings

Our friend Jamison Scott, chairman of the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America’s Combustible Dust Task Force, attended one of the two Monday, Dec. 14, Combustible Dust Stakeholder meetings hosted by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Scott, a corporate officer of Air Handling Systems, was joined by WMMA Legislative Council John Satagaj and Niels Pedersen of Dantherm Filtration, writes for the WMMA about the OSHA combustible dust stakeholder meetings held in Washington, D.C. last week.

Fire protection standards, economics and reducing hazards of combustible dust were the hot topics at OSHA's Combustible Dust Stakeholder meetings, held Monday in Washington, D.C. Find out more about what was discussed in this exclusive report from Jamison Scott, chairman of the WMMA's Combustible Dust Task Force.


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