It takes just seconds for a worker to become engulfed in flowing grain, unable to escape. More than half of all grain engulfments result in death by suffocation. That's why the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, working with agricultural and grain handling alliances and organizations, has initiated a safety campaign to educate employers and workers on the dangers that result in numerous injuries and deaths each year. "OSHA is working hard to change the 'It won't happen to me' mindset," said Nick Walters, OSHA regional administrator for six Midwestern states. OSHA developed a Local Emphasis Program for Grain Handling Facilities in 2010, following the deaths of more than 26 workers. The emphasis program focuses on the grain and feed industry's six major hazards, including engulfment, falls, auger entanglement, struck by, combustible dust explosions and electrocution.