Williams Olefins reviewing OSHA’s report on June 13 incident

Williams Olefins LLC

Williams Olefins LLC has received the investigation findings from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) related to OSHA's investigation of the June 13 explosion at Williams' olefins facility in Geismar, Louisiana. Company officials are reviewing OSHA's findings.

The company noted that, prior to the June 13 incident, the Geismar olefins plant had a long-standing safety record, with no lost-time accidents having occurred at the plant since 2009. It is now executing on a plan to rebuild, turnaround, and expand the Geismar olefins plant by April 2014.



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