Chemical safety board

01/05/1998
Patrick Crow Washington, D.C.patc@ogjonline.com Normally, there would be little reason to applaud the establishment of another federal agency in Washington, D.C. The Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board may be an exception. The board will investigate accidents at chemical plants, refineries, and similar facilities in the same way the National Transportation Safety Board investigates transportation accidents. NTSB makes recommendations to prevent future occurrences but has no regulatory powers to enforce its findings. Congress established the chemical board in the mid-1990s, and President George Bush appointed three of the five board members. But the ag...
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