The Chemical Safety Board has criticized the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's response to seven recommendations involving worker-safety standards as "unacceptable." "Over the years, the CSB has made a number of recommendations to OSHA in the aftermath of tragic accidents. ... We are particularly concerned with the lack of action on a much-needed combustible dust standard," said CSB Chairman Rafael Moure-Eraso. The CSB has now set a combustible dust standard as the top priority for the "Most Wanted Safety Improvements" program.
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