Jamison Scott of Air Handling Systems delivered an update on OSHA industrial and wood dust standards to some of the 176 attending delegates at the 2011 Wood Industry Conference in Marco Island, Fla.
Air Handling Systems' Jamison Scott discusses the wood dust issue at WIC meeting.
The annual conference is hosted by members of the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America (WMMA), the Woodworking Machinery Industry Assn. (WMIA) and the Assn. of Woodworking and Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS) This year two more associations, the North American Building Material Distribution Assn. (NBMDA) and the Wood Component Manufacturers Assn. (WCMA) joined WIC to drive participation up by 89 percent over the conference held last year in Monterey, Calif. In addition to the boost provided by the new associations participating, each of the three host associations experienced a healthy increase in attendance at this year's largest industry conference.
This year's NeoCon was an affirming experience.
Every business owner and senior manager is responsible for answering three key questions that guide the activities of their organization.
Sales for the FDM 300 group of companies fell 10.7 percent in 2008.
Learn the desirable and not-so-desirable special
properties of some woods
A variety of wood glues are used to assemble the 175 pieces in a six-string guitar. Matching the proper adhesive with the application is important for Taylor Guitars.
Why wood colors vary and what it means to you
A status report on new regulations and standards that will affect how woodworkers handle combustible dust hazards.
You bought the system and now it doesn't work. Experts advise on how to design and maintain dust collection systems.
WMMA committee discusses combustible dust legislation
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