SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT TOP OCAW LIST; STRIKE UNLIKELY

Rick Hagar Gulf Coast News Editor Members of the Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers International Union (OCAW) threaten to walk off their jobs after Jan. 31 unless industry contends with some of their safety/environmental and dependent child care concerns. More than 250 contracts covering more than 30,000 workers mostly expire Jan. 31. Contract negotiations currently under way involve most refineries and petrochemical plants in the U.S.

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