An independent federal agency investigating chemical accidents to protect workers, the public, and the environment.
Statements from Chairperson Rafael Moure-Eraso and Board Member Manual Ehrlich on the CSB's Ongoing DuPont La Porte Investigation
CSB FY 2016 Budget Request
US Chemical Safety Board FY 2016 Budget Request
at a Public Meeting in Richmond, California, on January 28, 2015
Report to be voted on at January 28 public meeting
CSB Announces Public Meeting in Richmond, California to Release Final Report and Safety Recommendations Resulting from Chevron Refinery Investigation; Report Released Prior to Meeting
CSB to Hold Public Meeting to Release Final Investigation into 2012 Chevron Incident
CSB Releases Safety Bulletin into 2010 Anhydrous Ammonia Release
The flash fire that burned seven workers, one seriously, at a U.S. Ink plant in New Jersey in 2012 resulted from the accumulation of combustible dust inside a poorly designed dust collection system that had been put into operation only four days before the accident, an investigation by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) has found.
CSB will convene public meeting on January 15th in East Rutherford, NJ
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