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Category Archives: Toxic Gas Detectors

Toxic Gas Detectors: essential for any business handling potentially toxic gasses, interested in the safety of their workers.

Mechanical issues suspected cause of rubber plant fire

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Officials are determining the cause of a fire that destroyed part of a South Bend, Ind., rubber and fiberglass plant on Nov. 4.

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Mich. chemical plant evacuates after discovery of gas leak

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A natural gas leak at the L.G. Chem‚Äč plant in Holland, Mich., prompted an evacuation of the building while firefighters and utility workers investigated.

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Natural gas industry on the rise

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The natural gas industry is on the rise and oil companies are taking notice.

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Emergency crews respond to SC chemical plant fire

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Workers return to a special chemical plant following a brief fire and chemical leak.

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Minn. oil refinery reopens after fire

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A St. Paul oil refinery reopens after fire and repairs.

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Kan. beef plant reopens after Sept. fire

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Creekstone Farms resumed operations after a fire and ammonia leak challenged firefighters a month earlier.

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Warehouse fire threatens chemical plant next door

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Firefighters fought to prevent an Albion, N.Y., warehouse fire from spreading to a nearby chemical facility.

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OSHA announces most frequent safety violations of 2013

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Fall protection and hazard communication once again topped the list of OSHA’s most cited safety violations.

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Following 2012 fire, La., residents sue plant owner

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Monolyte Labs has 30 days to remove hazardous materials from the area.

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Firefighters at Ark. beef plant exposed to ammonia

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Ammonia leaked during a fire at the beef plant, sending one emergency responder to the hospital.

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