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In 2010, as a result of various incidents that occured throught out Georgia, and futher his continuous efforts for a Safe Georgia, the Insurance & Safety Fire Commissioner promulgated Rule 120-3-24.
The primary purpose of this rule is to establish state minimum fire safety
standards for specific industry groups that have experienced either frequent combustible dust incidents or
combustible dust incidents with catastrophic consequences and prescribe technical requirements related to
building construction and to provide safety measures for operations to prevent and mitigate fires and dust
explosions in facilities that handle combustible particulate solids
It further develops requirements for the training of employees to assist them in identifying fire hazards, developing safety procedures, evacuation
plans, conducting safety drills and requires the reporting of manufacturing processes, incidents of fire,
employee training, the practice of and participation in fire safety and emergency evacuation drills.
The map on the left displays plants that have registered with the Georgia Department of Insurance and the status of their registration.
|Company satisfied requirements and is compliant|
|Company is in process of satisfying requirements but is not yet compliant|
|Company is NOT compliant|
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