An independent federal agency investigating chemical accidents to protect workers, the public, and the environment.
Chairperson Sutherland Commemorates Workers' Memorial Day
Today, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) released its final report into the August 28, 2016, nitrous oxide explosion at the Airgas manufacturing facility in Cantonment, Florida. The blast killed the only Airgas employee working at the facility that day and heavily damaged the plant, halting its manufacturing of nitrous oxide indefinitely.
Safety is Good Business and Good Public Policy
Update on the CSB's ongoing investigation
CSB releases preliminary findings on toxic chemical release
Update on CSB Deployment to St. Louis MO
April 13 Public Business Meeting
CSB sending three investigators
Twelve years ago today, an explosion and fire ripped through the BP Texas City refinery in Texas City, Texas.
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