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"Who is John Astad and why should I pay attention to the unusual amount of posts he makes everywhere on the net about combustible dusts?"comment on OSHA Underground

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IH-Region 1 left the comment on the post "CSB Recommendations Deficient-Flash Fire Hazards"

Geez, I didn't mean to upset a "retired" OSHA career governmental employee. Problem is, I'm still trying to figure out who is also.

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Check out the attached file. It was sent to me by a brother of a friend who works for OSHA. There has been a lot of attention given lately to combustible dust. The NSB video was a real eye-opener.
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John is a one man volunteer army and crusader constantly researching all aspects of combustible dust related safety, for all of our benefit. Why, he could even be a ComDust "community organizer"!
John; There will be always skeptics about those who are pioneering and leading efforts to improve some aspect of Safety. Keep up your excellent efforts, George.
John, the "Herculean task" that you make in send a message "be care with the dusts" is an invaluable effort, and outside US, is recognized internationally, Keep up your efforts

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