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TRUMP PUTS PUBLIC, WORKERS AT RISK AS HE TRIES AGAIN TO ELIMINATE NATION’S CHEMICAL SAFETY AGENCY

From: Think Progress

“The United States averages more than 1,000 industrial chemical accidents each year, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a nonprofit…

TRUMP TO AGAIN PROPOSE ELIMINATING CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD, OFFICIALS SAY

From: Bloomberg Businessweek

“"The U.S. averages more than 1,000 major industrial chemical accidents every year," Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental…

ENVIROS SUE CHEM SAFETY BOARD OVER ACCIDENT REPORT RULES

From: Law 360

“In a complaint filed Thursday in D.C. federal court, Air Alliance Houston, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and other environmental groups say that the…

US CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD SUED FOR NOT CREATING EMISSIONS REPORTING RULE

From: C & E News

“Several nonprofit organizations sued the U.S. Chemical Safety Board earlier this month for failing to establish a national reporting system to collect data on air…

WATCHDOGS SAY US CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD IS "FLYING BLIND"

From: Truth Out

“"America's sole industrial safety monitor is currently flying blind and placing the health of the public at risk," Carlesco said."

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News Releases

NEW TOP CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD LAWYER SUING HIS OWN AGENCY

Federal Lawsuit Seeking $300,000 + May Receive Sudden Sweetheart Settlement

COUP DÉTAT AND PURGE BEFALLS CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD

Senior Staff Marched Out Under Armed Guard and Banned from Building

MYOPIC IG DEMAND FOR TOTAL ACCESS OFTEN MISSES MARK

Pursuit of Trivial Information Masks IG Lack of Oversight on Serious Matters

U.S. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY LAGS ALARMINGLY BEHIND DEVELOPED WORLD

U.S. Industrial Loss Burden 3 Times European Union and Gap Is Growing

OBAMA RETREATS FROM HIS OWN CHEMICAL SAFETY MEASURES

Despite Recurring Disasters, Industrial Plants No Safer Now Than Under Bush