OSHA: Extending Compliance To Chemical Plants

Law360, New York (March 24, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Recent news reports indicate that OSHA's broad investigation of occupational safety compliance in the petroleum refining sector, commenced in mid-2007, has been revealing major violations of federal safety regulations.

Significantly, a key OSHA enforcement official has disclosed that he would like to expand this initiative into the chemical manufacturing sector.

In our experience, carefully designed independent safety compliance self-audits are an essential ingredient for chemical manufacturers as they strive to achieve and maintain regulatory compliance in the health and safety arena, as well as preparing them...
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