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In Open Letter to Tesoro Corporation President, CSB Board Demands Company Cooperate with Safety Investigation

Letter expresses disappointment in Tesoro's recent actions blocking the CSB from investigating the February 12, 2014, sulfuric acid release and resulting serious injuries at the Tesoro refinery in Martinez, California.


CSB Investigator Dr. Mary Beth Mulcahy Presents Lessons Chemists Can Learn to Prevent Chemical Accidents in American Chemical Society Webinar

Watch "Tragic Chemical Accidents: Tales, Investigations, and Lessons Learned" - available until March 6, 2014.


The human costs paid at the Anacortes Tesoro refinery

Too many corporations are letting essential refinery equipment run to failure. The human cost is too great to bear, writes guest columnist Rafael Moure-Eraso.

Photo of holes in Freedom Industries crude MCHM tank

CSB Testimony from Transportation and Infrastructure Field Hearing on Charleston, WV Chemical Spill

CSB Testimony from Transportation and Infrastructure Field Hearing on Charleston, WV Chemical Spill

CSB Releases New Computer Animation of 2010 Explosion and Fire that Killed Seven Workers at the Tesoro Refinery in Anacortes, Washington

The CSB today released a new computer animation recreating the explosion and fire that killed seven workers at the Tesoro Refinery in Anacortes, Washington on April 2, 2010.

CSB Investigation Finds 2010 Tesoro Refinery Fatal Explosion Resulted from High Temperature Hydrogen Attack Damage to Heat Exchanger

Company Failed to Apply Inherently Safer Technology, Did Not Install Damage-Resistant Materials. State and National Chemical Safety Regulations Designed to Protect Workers and Surrounding Communities Should be Strengthened, Draft Report Says

"The Next Accident Awaits"

In New York Times op-ed, CSB Chairperson Rafael Moure-Eraso says "The United States is facing an industrial chemical safety crisis."

CSB Deploys to Chemical Spill in Charleston, WV

The CSB is Deploying to WV following massive chemical leak into Elk River.

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