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64% CHEMICAL VALLEY 2 WORKERS HOSPITALIZED AFTER DUPONT LEAK
Workplace safety and environmental officials have cited DuPont for that incident, and the U.S. Chemical Safety Board is finalizing a report on it. Staff writer Gary Harki contributed to this report. Reach Ken Ward Jr. at kward@wvgazette.com...
Published: Saturday, December 04, 2010
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64% CHEM SAFETY GROUPS MEET IN CHARLESTON ADVOCATES WANT ACCIDENT PREVENTION PLAN ENACTED
here just on a fact-finding mission, Sigman said. "I have no opinion right now. We're just trying to understand what's going on. Reach Ken Ward Jr. at kward@wvgazette.com, 304-348-1702 or follow @kenwardjr on Twitter....
Published: Saturday, January 24, 2015
Words: 694

64% FEDERAL INQUIRY DUPONT PHOSGENE HOSE WAS ‘FRAYING’ CHEMICAL'S LEAK KILLED WORKER AT BELLE PLANT
hose that leaked and fatally poisoned a DuPont Belle plant worker earlier this week showed signs of "fraying" and "wear," federal Chemical Safety Board investigators said Thursday. Johnnie Banks, the lead CSB investigator, said the...
Published: Friday, January 29, 2010
Words: 689

64% DUPONT FATALITY PROBE TO FOCUS ON RUPTURED PHOSGENE HOSE
the U.S. Chemical Safety Board called a "braided steel hose" used to transfer the chemical from 1-ton cylinders to a pesticide production unit. "The hose would be important evidence," said safety board spokesman Daniel Horowitz. A five-person...
Published: Wednesday, January 27, 2010
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64% DUPONT PLANT ACCIDENTS CSB: 'RE-EXAMINE' SAFETY PRACTICES
with its historically strong work and safety culture," said CSB member John Bresland, a longtime chemical plant manager and one-time DuPont lab technician. "In light of this, I would hope that DuPont officials are examining the safety...
Published: Friday, July 08, 2011
Words: 857

64% DUPONT PLANT ACCIDENTS PHOSGENE LEAK COULD HAVE CROSSED RIVER, REPORT SAYS
the Kanawha River as part of a January 2010 leak that killed a DuPont worker, federal investigators revealed Thursday. U.S. Chemical Safety Board officials used computer models to estimate a "threat zone" from the phosgene leak. CSB...
Published: Friday, July 08, 2011
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64% CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD TO ISSUE REPORT ON DUPONT SAFETY PROBLEMS NEXT WEEK
After months of delays, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board plans next week to release its report on safety problems - including a January 2010 phosgene leak that killed a worker - at the DuPont Co. plant in Belle. Board members voted unanimously...
Published: Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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64% BELLE PLANT FEDERAL PROBES BEGIN AT DUPONT WORKER DIES AFTER CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
C. Byrd warned of "a severe breakdown in even the most basic safety protocols." U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspectors were at the plant Monday, and a team from the federal Chemical Safety Board has also been...
Published: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
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64% DUPONT WORKERS HURT IN ACID LEAK
the other transported for precautionary purposes." Tuesday's incident occurred as Kanawha Valley residents wait for the U.S. Chemical Safety Board to release a report it has completed on a series of leaks at the Belle plant in January...
Published: Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Words: 355

64% OBAMA PUSHES OUT CHAIR OF CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD
President Obama’s move to force out Rafael Moure-Eraso, chairman of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, came a week after Senate Republicans had asked him to “put new leadership in place.” Reach Ken Ward Jr. at kward@wvgazette.com, 304-348-1702...
Published: Saturday, March 28, 2015
Words: 1080

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