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UK legislators voice severe criticism of GM Vauxhall for reaction to Zafira car fires 01 May 2017

Vauxhall showed "a reckless disregard for safety" in allowing customers to keep driving Zafira cars after a fire risk was identified, MPs said. It was "morally reprehensible" for the car maker not to warn customers sooner, members on the Transport Select Committee said, and Vauxhall was too slow in general to take action over the fires, which came to prominence in 2015....

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Chemical blast at GM plant in Indiana kills one, injures five 02 July 2014

A chemical explosion on July 1 at a General Motors metal-stamping plant in Marion, Indiana, killed a contractor and injured five others, local fire sources said. Marion General Hospital said it was treating the five for non-life-threatening injuries....

General Motors battery test explosion injures two 12 April 2012

An explosion during extreme testing of a prototype energy cell at a General Motors battery research facility in Warren, Michigan, injured two and caused major structural damage to the building on March 10. ...

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Safety training for general motors 12 August 2008

A range of health and safety training courses is being carried out for General Motors by leading UK health and safety training consultancy, OSTAS (Occupational Safety Training and Advisory Services). The Warwickshire-based company has trained over 100 General Motors employees at Luton where the award-winning Vivaro van is manufactured....

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Combustible gas detector has Hart communication for industrial applications 01 July 2008

General Monitors’ S4000C combustible gas detector is now available with Hart communications. The new Model S4000CH is suitable for demanding industrial applications where the potential presence of dangerous hydrocarbon-based combustible gas is a threat....