August 1999

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Recently, I paid a return visit to a site where I had conducted an intensive hazard study about five years previously. Sadly, not much had changed. Security had improved; they now had a guard on the b..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

Recently, I paid a return visit to a site where I had conducted an intensive hazard study about five years previously. Sadly, not much had changed. Security had improved; they now had a guard on the back gate as well as the front. The staff responsible for plant maintenance had been reduced from about ten to five persons but the site, which is in a very visible hillside location, had been planted with trees and flowerbeds. Maintenance of these plants was contracted out and took – you've guessed it – about five people. The warehouse – a hazard. One of the major hazards identified in the earlier study was the warehouse where chemicals, mostly in drums, were stored. This was at

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