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11 BIBLIOGRAPHY Field Operations Manual, Chapter XVI, Fatality/Catastrophe Investigations, Occupational Safety and Health Administra- tion, 1974. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Grain Dust Explosions, Grain Elevator and Processing Society, Kansas City, Missouri, October 4-6, 1977. Manual for Investigation of Coal Mining Accidents, Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration, October 1977. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Grain Elevator Explosions, National Academy of Sciences^ July llr-12, 1978, NMAB-352. Overview of Federal Disaster Response Programs, ICF, Inc., October 1978, (Submitted to OSHA). Fire and Explosion Task Force Report No. 1, Canadian Grain Handling Association, January 1979. Grain Dust Explosions—An Unsolved Problem, General Account- ing Office, March 21, 1979, HRD-79-1. Prevention of Dust Explosions in Grain Elevators—An Achiev- able Goal, A task force report of the USDA, January 1980.

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