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Chemical leak injures one at BP’s Rotterdam Refinery 19 November 2020

A worker was injured during an incident involving hydrogen fluoride at BP’s Rotterdam Refinery on November 14. BP said that the release of hydrogen fluoride occurred late at night and led to one person receiving immediate treatment on-site....

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Tank Storage Association comments on the UK Government’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution 18 November 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced his vision for a net-zero UK, setting out an ambitious Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution. The Tank Storage Association has said it stands ready to work with Government in order to meet the ambitious commitments....

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Fire at Indian natural gas well extinguished five months after initial blowout 17 November 2020

An Oil India Limited (OIL) natural gas well in the state of Assam which suffered a blowout in May before erupting into flames has now been extinguished. Three people have died and several have been injured over the last five months during operations to tackle the blaze and plug the leaking well....

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Factory explosion kills two, injures two in Israel 17 November 2020

A suspected gas explosion killed two workers and injured two others at a metalwork factory in Ashdod, Israel on November 16. According to local media, a preliminary investigation determined that workers had been welding a gas tank when the blast occurred....

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UK logistics company fined in relation to 2019 explosion that injured one 17 November 2020

UK logistics haulier A&D Logistics Limited has been fined £48,000 by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) after a worker suffered flash burn injuries from an explosion that occurred after they opened a container door in January 2019....

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A guide to using cathodic protection systems in hazardous environments

For mission-critical steel structures, like industrial pipelines, tanks and bridges, it is commonplace for cathodic protection (CP) systems to be used to protect key assets from the ongoing threat of corrosion. However, this can be easier said than done if those assets are situated in hazardous environments where sources of ignition could spark a major explosion....

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Adapting to change and remaining resilient

The COVID-19 pandemic has tested the resilience of the most robust supply chains and has ushered in a new way of working. This has changed how companies operate in an unprecedented manner. Here’s how motor and drive manufacturer WEG kept going during the first few months of the pandemic to maintain customer supply and help in the COVID-19 fight....

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We beat the pandemic

Every two months, SGS Baseefa Technical Manager Ron Sinclair MBE gives his perspective on the latest developments in the world of standards....

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