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We're hoping everyone will become more engaged and join in asking for stronger protections from chemical disasters.
Our governments must come forward now to protect communities and workers from toxic chemical disasters.
President Obama's executive order to prioritize protections from chemical disasters must hold corporations accountable for the safety of their workers and the communities where they do business," comments Diane Wilson , from TexasInjuredWorkers.
Department of Homeland Security, 2007) have developed protocols, capabilities, and recommendations to address chemical disaster response by public health, CHDs, and environmental health.
The group would like to see the Obama Administration create new regulations under the Clean Air Act that will require such facilities to prevent chemical disasters by switching to safer alternatives.
Following theoretical discussion that draws on theater studies for understandings of performance and its connection to culture and politics, as well as concepts of the public sphere, the text offers case studies of the performative acts of the activist-artist collective The Church of Life After Shopping, electoral performances of humor and parody enacted by the group Billionaires for Bush, and the use of new media by The Yes Men--who set up fake websites in order to facilitate media invitations to come on news shows as, to name one example, (fake) representatives of Dow Chemicals in order to apologize and claim full responsibility for the Bhopal chemical disaster.
She would say it was "prAs de Bhopal", a city in another state, but made famous as the site of the world's worst chemical disaster.
Have sheets of plastic on hand to cover windows, vents and doors in the event of a chemical disaster.
Leaked emails revealed by Indian media this week suggest senior US officials told India to end its "noise" about the chemical disaster, in order to secure loans from the World Bank.
So, too, was that of the American companies that caused the chemical disaster at Union Carbide's plant in Bhopal, India (which killed 3,000 initially, and perhaps another 15,000 in later years), and of those that caused the Piper Alpha oil-rig accident, which killed 167 people in the North Sea in 1988.
So, too, was that of the American companies that caused the chemical disaster at Union Carbide's plant in Bhopal, India (which killed 3,000 initially and perhaps another 15,000 in later years), and of those that caused the Piper Alpha oil-rig accident, which killed 167 people in the North Sea in 1988.
It was for the first time that chemicals including high levels of cyanides were traced in human bodies after a massive chemical disaster.

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