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This Safety Bulletin identifies specific tasks that facilities should include in all work activities involving piping or equipment opening to ensure the complete removal of hazardous material. In addition, guidance is provided on implementing generic (plant-wide) procedures for nonroutine work activities.
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The CSB issued this safety bulletin on July 15, 2004


 

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CSB Releases Safety Bulletin Emphasizing Dangers of Working on Piping and Equipment That May Contain Flammable or Chemically Reactive Materials
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Bulletin Follows Investigation into January 2004 Huntsman Petrochemical Explosion in Port Neches, Texas Washington, DC, July 15, 2004 - The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) today released a Safety Bulletin calling on chemical plant and refinery operators to exercise appropriate caution when performing work on piping and equipment that could contain hazardous materials.
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