OSHA Works 7 Years Drafting Chemical Plant Safety Rules
Carollo, Russell, THE JOURNAL RECORD
By Russell Carollo Cox News Service Karl Hurt's skin was melting as petroleum vapor exploded into a fireball around him. "All I could see was fire. I didn't know I was burned," said Hurt, still recovering from his injuries. "I stood there for a second, and then I ran. "I looked down and saw the meat on my arms was charred. The pain wasn't really bad until they started taking the bad part off." Hurt was burned in the August 1989 explosion at Phillips 66's Houston Chemical Complex in Pasadena, Texas. A co-worker, 24-year-old Darrell Quinn, was burned so badly that 45 hours of surgery couldn't save him. He died Christmas Day 1989. Phillips, a $12-billion-a-year …
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Publication information: Article title: OSHA Works 7 Years Drafting Chemical Plant Safety Rules. Contributors: Carollo, Russell - Author. Newspaper title: THE JOURNAL RECORD. Publication date: June 7, 1991. Page number: Not available. © 2009 THE JOURNAL RECORD. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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