PROPOSED OSHA SAFETY REGS TARGET PROCESS PLANT PROCEDURES

Richard A. Corbett Refining/Petrochemical Editor Existing codes, standards, and good engineering practices, already adhered to by much of the U.S. hydrocarbon processing industry, will gain the force of federal regulation when the process plant safety standard proposed by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) goes into effect, possibly late this year or early next (OGJ, July 23, p. 18).

Aug 20th, 1990
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