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• Publication Date: 12/31/1987
• Publication Type: Final Rules
• Fed Register #: 52:49592-631
• Standard Number: 1910.272; 1917.1
• Title: Grain Handling
• Abstract: Minimal requirements for the control of fires, grain dust explosions, and other safety hazards associated with grain handling facilities. It applies in addition to all other relevant provisions of Part 1910 [or Part 1917 at maritime terminals]. 1910.272(a)-(m) apply to grain elevators, feed mills, flour mills, rice mills, dust pelletizing plants, dry corn mills, soybean flaking operations, and the dry grinding operations of soycake. 1910.272(n)-(p) apply only to grain elevators. This final rule becomes effective March 30, 1988, except for the information collection requirements contained in 1910.272(d) and (i) which are subject to Office of Management and Budget approval. The Department will announce the effective date for these requirements when approval is obtained.

Abstract:

Minimal requirements for the control of fires, grain dust
explosions, and other safety hazards associated with grain handling
facilities. It applies in addition to all other relevant provisions
of Part 1910 [or Part 1917 at maritime terminals]. 1910.272(a)-(m)
apply to grain elevators, feed mills, flour mills, rice mills, dust
pelletizing plants, dry corn mills, soybean flaking operations, and
the dry grinding operations of soycake. 1910.272(n)-(p) apply only
to grain elevators. This final rule becomes effective March 30,
1988, except for the information collection requirements contained
in 1910.272(d) and (i) which are subject to Office of Management and
Budget approval. The Department will announce the effective date for
these requirements when approval is obtained.

Federal Registers - Table of Contents

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