- Rationale for Implementation of a Local Hazardous Materials Regulation
- Model Hazardous Materials Regulation
- Hazardous Materials Permit Application – including Plan Review Checklist
- Hazardous Materials Permit Application – completed example
- Inspection Form
- Template Order Letter for Violations
Hazardous Material Inspection Training Video
CSB Safety Video: Blast Wave in Danvers, MA
During the early morning hours of November 22, 2006, a powerful explosion destroyed the CAI/Arnel ink and paint manufacturing facility in Danvers, Massachusetts. Scores of nearby homes and businesses were damaged, some beyond repair. A number of residents were hospitalized. There were no injuries in the plant, which was unoccupied at the time.
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