Issue Date: July 25, 2016
Inherently safer design at refineries proposed in California
California regulatory agencies are proposing a sweeping overhaul of worker safety and environmental regulations at refineries. A recent proposal would require the state’s 14 oil refineries to adopt inherently safer designs and systems “to the greatest extent feasible,” which is regulatory wording long sought by unions and community groups. The proposal would also give refinery workers authority to shut down an unsafe operation as well as allow anonymous reporting . . .
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