3E Company Introduces Global Chemical Incident Response Hotline Service Service offers single point-of-contact for reliable 24-7-365 international hotline infrastructure to aid chemical product stewardship Monday, March 23, 2009 – 3E Company®, the leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today announced the availability of its new Global Chemical Incident […]
Poor design of a dust collection system led to a flash fire that burned seven employees – one seriously – at an ink manufacturing plant in New Jersey, according to an investigation. On top of that, the report says the company’s emergency response was also lacking.
Amazon.com was recently fined by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for violating Hazardous Materials Regulations in a shipment. It wasn’t the first time the online retailer has run afoul of the regs.
Bayer CropScience LP has agreed to pay $5,657,000 in a settlement with the federal government for violations of chemical safety laws in connection with a fire and explosion at its Institute, WV, plant in 2008 that killed two people.
OSHA fined an Ohio metal heat treatment company more than $1 million for a variety of willful and serious violations and placed it in the Severe Violator Enforcement Program.
Process safety management fines are commonly tied to chemical manufacturers or refineries. But this case shows any company with refrigeration units can be hit with process safety penalties.
3E Company Introduces Powerful Compliance Solution for Flavor, Food and Beverage Manufacturers ArielLogicTM for Food & Flavors offers centralized, instant access to critical, comprehensive and current regulatory information Sunday, May 03, 2009 – 3E Company®, the leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today introduced ArielLogic for Food & […]
If we asked you to name a well known corporation with an excellent safety reputation, DuPont is one name that might come to mind. But a new report on three gas leaks and a fatality at a DuPont plant calls the company’s safety culture into question.
The U.S. Justice Department has filed its initial charges in connection with the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster on April 20, 2010. Now a former BP employee faces prison time and fines.
A former buildings inspector has been arrested for selling fake safety certificates for required OSHA training.
What can go wrong when an aboveground tank used to store harmful chemicals isn’t inspected for 10 years?
Should the federal government use a plea agreement reached in connection with a Colorado worker’s death as a template for similar cases involving fatalities?
A preliminary report by a federal investigatory agency says failures by the West Fertilizer Co., federal regulators, insurance carriers, emergency responders and local officials led to the April 17, 2013 explosion that killed 12 responders and 3 members of the public.
Emergency Spill Kits Include Post-Cleanup Surface Treatment Oil Eater has introduced emergency spill kits designed to contain and clean up hazardous spills as required by OSHA and the EPA. The all-in-one professional grade kits include a 5-gallon pail of Oil Eater cleaner/degreaser for cleaning surfaces after absorption of a spill. Kits are available in both 65-gallon […]
As a direct result of a chemical facility explosion that killed 15 people, the federal government has released a final rule for chemical facilities intended to protect the lives of emergency responders and the public.
A judge’s ruling in the death of a killer whale trainer at SeaWorld in Orlando could change the park’s marine shows forever.
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