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What Is Standard Emergency Response at a Plant?

Posted on May 31, 2022 in
A standard emergency response plan at a plant is designed to set forth with appropriate specificity what will occur in a workplace in the event of an emergency. This type of written strategy is also known as an emergency preparedness plan. There are a number of facts and factors associated with the concept, creation,...
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What Does the Chemical Safety Board Do?

Posted on May 31, 2022 in
The Chemical Safety Board, sometimes referred to as the CSB, is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government. The Chemical Safety Board is responsible for investigating industrial chemical accidents. Chemical Safety Board Investigations Typically, an investigation into an industrial accident takes somewhere between six to 12 months. An investigation conceivable can take a...
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What Damages Are Available in a Refinery Explosion Lawsuit?

Posted on January 31, 2022 in
Disasters related to an oil refinery explosion are relatively rare, but they do occur. Unfortunately, when a refinery explosion event does happen, explosions can cause severe injuries. Additionally, if a refinery explosion occurs near a town or city, this can injure passersby and residents. Here, we want to discuss what damages may be available...
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The Risks from Chemical Plants

Posted on January 31, 2022 in
Chemical plants and the modern American manufacturing industry go hand in hand. The products fabricated here and shipped out are everyday essentials to Americans, including everything from laundry detergents to auto petroleum. But, behind all of the history and power of chemical plants, lurks the risks to the thousands of employees working daily at...
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Breaking Down the Hierarchy of Hazard Controls

Posted on January 28, 2022 in
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) created a hierarchy of hazard controls to protect workers from on-the-job dangers, lower workplace safety and health risks, avoid injuries and illnesses, and provide safe working conditions. With these effective controls in place, employers can plan for, protect, and prevent hazards, as well as determine...
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