T2 Laboratories: Why Hazard Education is an Important Plant Safety Critical Success Factor

Learning from previous plant safety incidents large and small is critical to deploying successful process safety practices. From extreme situations where both lives and physical plant assets are lost (consider the 2007 T2 Laboratories chemical plant incident where an explosion and fire killed four people and injured 32 others while leveling the entire plant) to the identification of small safety issues (like the failure of a particular employee to adhere to strict workplace cleanliness regulations), lessons can be learned that will prevent future catastrophes.


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