Incident Logs


Entries for March 2011

Thursday
Mar 03
Rangoon, Myanmar: No injuries were reported following a fire at a munitions factory. More information

Thursday
Mar 03
Itapevi, Brazil: A reactor explosion at an industrial facility killed a technician. More information

Thursday
Mar 03
Virudhunagar, India: One of 12 workers injured in a fire at a match factory later died. More information

Thursday
Mar 03
Titilagarh, India: A steel plant official died from burns when dismissed workers set fire to his car. More information

Thursday
Mar 03
Scanton, PA: Smoke filled a plant specializing in perimeter security and fencing. More information

Thursday
Mar 03
Lakeside, UK: Fire broke out at a local factory. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Burkesville, KY: A worker at a metal fabrication plant using a cutting torch on a 55-gallon-drum was critically injured when paint thinner fumes ignited. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Norristown, PA: Black smoke pouring from an air-pollution scrubber at a plant specializing in fire retardant fiber caused public concern. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Lincoln, NE: 8 workers at a soybean processing plant were treated after exposure to leaking chlorine gas. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Howell, MI: A fire at an auto parts factory is expected to disrupt the supply chain for car makers. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Grande Prairie, AB: Two petroleum plant workers were injured in a flash fire when flammable liquid used to clean a tank ignited. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Albertville, AL: Material being dried at an industrial bakery ignited, injuring 3 workers. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
New York, NY: A transformer fire at a power plant caused voltage to drop. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Flintshire, UK: 8 workers were treated for smoke inhalation after a machine fire at a packaging plant. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Budapest, Hungary: A phenomenon known as a fire tornado rose above a burning plastics processing plant. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Vancouver, BC: A hazmat spill at a chlorine plant sent four workers to the hospital. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Losberg, S. Africa: 3 workers died and 6 were injured in an explosion at a plant making explosives for mining. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
North Vancouver, BC: A chlorine leak at chemical plant injured 4 workers. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Sattur, India: A fire at a match factory injured 10 workers. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Paraguanqa, Venezuela: Fire broke out in the hydrodesulfurization unit at an oil refinery. More information

Wednesday
Mar 02
Northfleet, UK: Firefighters extinguished a blaze at a toliet paper factory. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Belle, WV: About 20 pounds of ammonia was released from an open relief valve at a chemical plant. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Independence, MO: Six people were injured in a construction accident at a munititions plant. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Northeast Romania: 2 people died and 3 were injured in an explosion at a timber factory. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Warrington, UK: Nitric acid poured into an industrial park drainage system reacted with the steel, forcing workers to evacuate. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Independence, MO: 6 workers were injured in an accident in a construction area at an ammunition plant. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Glasgow, UK: Oil caught fire in the industrial furnaces at an auto parts plant. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Belle, WV: A small ammonia leak was detected at a chemical plant. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Hickory, PA: A loud bang was followed by a small fire at a natural gas compression station. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Phoenix, AZ: Sprinklers help keep a warehouse fire at a processing plant under control. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Belle, WV: A small amount of ammonia leaked from a tank at a chemical plant. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Cambridge, ON: Fire ignited in an electrical transformer at a local factory. More information

Tuesday
Mar 01
Sarnia, ON: A small propane leak at an underground storage cavern took 11 days to stop. More information

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