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Buncefield judgment reveals depth of safety failures : DIY control measures and operators' complacency contributed to the biggest peacetime explosion.

Call no: JNL HSW
Health and safety at work : the journal of the working environment: 2010, n. 9 - September

Emulsion explosives

by Wang, Xuguang;
Published by : Metallurgical Industry Press, Beijing, 1994
Call no: D 363.1798 WANe

Chemistry of pyrotechnics : basic principles and theory

by Conkling, John A.;
Published by : M. Dekker, New York, 1985
Call no: D 363.1798 CONc

The chemistry of fireworks

by Russell, Michael S.; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain);
Published by : Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2000
Call no: D 363.1798 RUSc

The chemistry of explosives

by Akhavan, Jacqueline; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain);
Published by : Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2004
Call no: D 363.1798 AKHc

Explosive effects and applications

by Zukas, Jonas A.; Walters, William P.;
Published by : Springer, New York, 1998
Call no: D 363.1798 ZUKe

Quantity distance principles : user's manual

by Natural Resources Canada;
Published by : Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ont., 1995
Call no: D 363.1798 NATq

Understanding explosions

by Crowl, Daniel A.; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Center for Chemical Process Safety;
Published by : CCPS, New York, 2003
Call no: D 363.1798 CROu

Organising firework displays.

by Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive;
Call no: T
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