Denver — A new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association explores what training is needed to keep first responders and crash scene investigators safe when reporting to crash sites involving cars equipped with automated technologies.
Washington — The Chemical Safety Board has reversed course and will again include in its investigative reports the names of workers killed, as long as no immediate family member objects, the agency announced Sept. 17 during a public meeting.
Washington — The Chemical Safety Board has released an update of its investigation into an April 26 explosion and fire at the Husky Energy refinery in Superior, WI, as well as an animated video that explores the cause of the incident.
The Environmental Protection Agency Office of Inspector General has requested to meet with Chemical Safety Board officials to discuss the board’s potential management challenges and internal control weaknesses.
Washington – The National Transportation Safety Board has found safety “concerns” with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s oversight of commercial carriers, and is recommending that an audit be conducted on the agency’s review process.