PETROCHEM HEALTH, SAFETY TRAINING AT ISSUE

The U.S. petrochemical industry has disputed the findings in a John Gray Institute study that criticized safety and health training for direct hire and contractors' workers at plants. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration commissioned the study following a November 1989 Phillips 66 Co. plant explosion near Houston. The report recommended sweeping improvements in safety training (OGJ, Aug. 12, p. 95).

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