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Flammable Material

Calcium Hypochlorite (CaCl2O2)
(1991, November 14) (English: HTML)

Classification of Ammonium Perchlorate
(1991, September 25) (English: HTML)

Combustible Dust: Precautions for Firefighters to Prevent Dust Explosions
(OSHA 3674 - 2013) (English: PDF)

Combustible Dust: Protecting Workers from Combustible Dust Explosion Hazards Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3878- 2016) (English: PDF)

Corrosion of Piping in Hydroprocessing Units
(1994, July 29) (English: HTML)

Fire Hazard From Carbon Adsorption Deodorizing Systems
(1997, July 30) (English: HTML)

Fire Hazard of Polyurethane and Other Organic Foam Insulation Aboard Ships and in Construction
(1989, May 10) (English: HTML)

Hazards of Using Flammable Liquids in Cutting Laminated Glass
(2008, October 6) (English: HTML)

Internal Combustion Engines as Ignition Sources Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS-3589 - 2012) (English: HTML PDF)

Potential Flammability Hazard Associated with Bulk Transportation of Oilfield Exploration and Production (E&P) Waste Liquids
(2008, March 24) (English: HTML PDF)

Potential for Natural Gas and Coal Dust Explosions in Electrical Power Generating Facilities
(2000, November 6) (English: HTML PDF)

Preventing and Mitigating the Effects of Fire and Explosions
(2005, July 31) (English: HTML)

Static Electricity Buildup in Plastic Pipe
(1988, September 30) (English: HTML)

Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)
(1990, August 31) (English: HTML)

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