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Two Charged with Arson in October Factory Fire in Illinois
Typhoon Haishen Damages South Korean Factories
Explosion Triggers Recycling Plant Fire in Oklahoma
Lubrizol Fire Traced to Storage Facility Next Door, Le Monde says
Fire Erupts at Closed Pigments Plant in France
California Files Lawsuit Charging Gasoline Price Manipulation
Police Obtain Confession in February Factory Fire in Austria
Suspect in 1997 Meatpacking Plant Arson Denied Release
Textile Factory in France Loses Warehouse Space to Fire
CSB Posts Video Detailing the 2005 BP Refinery Explosion
Pipeline Company Agrees to $60 Million Settlement in 2015 Spill

OSHA Urges Lower Beryllium Levels

Federal regulators are proposing a new standard that would dramatically lower workplace exposure to beryllium, a widely used material that can cause devastating lung diseases.

October 1, 2015

Hydraulic Shock Risk Threatens Ammonia Refrigeration Units

An abnormal transient hazard known as “hydraulic shock” poses a significant risk to industries that use anhydrous ammonia in bulk refrigeration operations, a safety bulletin by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board states.

April 1, 2015