OSHA TO STEP UP PROCESS SAFETY PROGRAM

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration will tighten petrochemical process safety management as a result of a Phillips 66 Co. accident last year at Pasadena, Tex. OSHA cited Phillips and a contractor, Fish Engineering & Construction Inc., for alleged violations of OSHA rules and proposed penalties totaling nearly $6.4 million as a result of the Oct. 23 explosions and fire at the plant site near Houston that killed 23 workers and injured more than 130 (OGJ, Apr. 30, p. 46).

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