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Entries for May 2008

brigade fire chief, dead at 61
On February 7, 2008, a massive explosion and fire at a sugar refinery located northwest of Savannah, GA, caused 13 deaths and left many others critically injured with severe burns. The blast was likely fueled by combustible sugar dust.
Volume 23, No. 3
Even small amounts of accumulated dust can result in fiery tragedy
Volume 23, No. 3
Williams F&HC beats different fire medium
Volume 23, No. 3
European industry embraces CAF systems
Volume 23, No. 3
On Feb. 18, 2008, an explosion rocked a 70,000-barrels-per-day oil refinery in Big Springs, TX, destroying a propylene recovery unit, and igniting a catalytic cracker and three storage tanks
Volume 23, No. 3
Alyeska cinches annual firefighter competition
Volume 23, No. 3
Robert Wood receives annual Connie Award
Volume 23, No. 3
Company designs blast-resistant modules for the refining & petrochemical industries
Volume 23, No. 3
Honeywell X-Series - MSAA's Firehawk M7 Responder - DRAEGER FRT 1000
Volume 23, No. 3
Reliable stationary fire pumps
Volume 23, No. 3
Death is too often part of living
Volume 23, No. 3
DuPont introduces short-chain fluorine-efficient products for producing surfactants that reduce the environmental impact of Class B fire fighting foam
Volume 23, No. 3
Safety comes no cheaper overseas
Volume 23, No. 3
Foam - an additive and a system
Volume 23, No. 3
CSB video details 2005 Texas City blast
Volume 23, No. 3
CSB releases study on N.C. hazmat fire
Volume 23, No. 3
Partner to reduce arc flash risk
Volume 23, No. 3
Today's gas detectors limit risks to workers while giving operators enough flexibility for safety & efficiency
Volume 23, No. 3
OSHA fines Texas refinery
Volume 23, No. 3
OSHA renews foundry alliance
Volume 23, No. 3
Responders battle concrete plant blaze
Volume 23, No. 3
Pipeline Corp. wins API award
Volume 23, No. 3
 
 

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