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Prevention Through Design: A Fatal Incident From the NIOSH FACE Program

Summary: On Jul. 30, 2005, at approximately 5:20 p.m., a 49-year-old male auto dealer/buyer who was dispensing race car fuel was killed when a methanol tank at an automobile racetrack exploded in the fuel building where he was working. On Aug. 1, 2005, Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) personnel notified Michigan FACE (MIFACE) that a work-related fatal incident had occurred on Jul. 30, 2005, and that the individual died on Jul. 31, 2005. MIFACE contacted the employer (racetrack owner), and a site visit was performed on Jan. 30, 2006


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