OSHA focuses on combustible dust hazards at Georgia sites

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Her is more information about what is going on here locally. From the Reliable Plant blog:

OSHA focuses on combustible dust hazards at Georgia sites
The visits are part of the agency's ongoing National Emphasis Program (NEP) to reduce employees' exposure to combustible dust hazards. ...

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  1. It's good to know that OSHA is reaching a lot of aspects in terms of the safety in the workplace. Their osha 10 and osha 30 certification programs has been the best ways to go in terms of educating the workers about the occupational health and safety hazards.

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