Time: December 12, 2018 from 10am to 1pm
Location: University of Wisconsin—Superior, Yellowjacket Union located at Belknap and Union Ave.
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Phone: Hillary Cohen, Communication Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 446-8094. Further information about the CSB and this public meeting can be found on the CSB website at: www.csb.gov.
Event Type: public, town, hall, meeting
Organized By: CSB
Member Activity: Nov 30
MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED:
The Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) will convene a public town hall meeting on Wednesday December 12, 2018, starting at 10:00 a.m. CST in the Yellowjacket Union located at Belknap and Union Ave at the University of Wisconsin—Superior. CSB investigative staff will present a factual update on the Husky Refinery fire which occurred on April 28, 2018. Staff presentations are preliminary and are intended to allow the Board to consider in a public forum the issues and factors involved in this case. The Board will provide an opportunity for public comment.
The meeting is free and open to the public. If you require a translator or interpreter, please notify the individual listed below as the Contact Person for Further Information, at least three business days prior to the meeting.
The CSB is an independent Federal agency charged with investigating accidents and hazards that result, or may result, in the catastrophic release of extremely hazardous substances. The agency's Board Members are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. CSB investigations look into all aspects of chemical accidents and hazards, including physical causes such as equipment failure as well as inadequacies in regulations, industry standards, and safety management systems.
The time provided for public statements will depend upon the number of people who wish to speak. The public comments will be directed towards the board and facilitated by the Interim Executive. Speakers should assume that their presentations will be limited to three minutes or less, but commenters may submit written statements for the record.