PSI Compliance in Texas and the Gulf Coast
It is essential for an effective process safety information management program to have complete and accurate information available concerning process chemicals, technology and equipment that is being used. In refineries across Texas and the Gulf Coast, compiled process safety information serves as an effective resource for employees and employers. It can also educate them on what steps to take when problems occur or accidents happen.
When an accident happens, it is important for your attorney to be able to look at the process safety information from the refinery to determine what processes were in place.
At Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner, we been handling personal injury cases since 1951, including those involving petrochemical accidents, explosions and other consequences of refinery negligence. For a free case evaluation with an experienced personal injury and wrongful death lawyer, contact our office online or call 713-396-3964 (toll free 800-594-4884).
Process Safety Information in Refinery Accidents
The Clean Air Act states that employers are to consult with their employees and representatives regarding efforts in developing and implementing process safety management programs and hazard assessments. It also requires that employers train and educate employees on findings from incident investigations by the program.
In addition, it is important that employers thoroughly investigate the equipment used in the process and conduct a hazard analysis of elements in the safety management program. Our firm has the skills and resources to look into what employers have and have not done to prepare and help our clients remain safe.
Contact an Experienced Oil Refinery Accident Lawyer
If your family has experienced the tragedy of a petrochemical or refinery accident that has resulted in serious injury, physical impairment or death, please contact a petrochemical accident attorney at Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner. Call 713-396-3964 (toll free 800-594-4884) or e-mail us.