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Dow/Deer Park sued after fatality at the plant , was this reported locally?

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Several Questions

Houston, TX

#1 Apr 11, 2013
http://fuelfix.com/blog/2013/04/10/friendswoo...

happened months ago. why are we just hearing about it? I never saw anything
winston zeddemore

Pasadena, TX

#2 Apr 11, 2013
dow is really deep pockets and the bottom feeders are always out in force.
nuts2you

Deer Park, TX

#3 Apr 11, 2013
winston zeddemore wrote:
dow is really deep pockets and the bottom feeders are always out in force.
I wanted to judge this, but couldnt find a "f*ck*ng idiot" icon.
The plant was found to have failed in providing a safe work environment.
Really

Houston, TX

#4 Apr 11, 2013
winston zeddemore wrote:
dow is really deep pockets and the bottom feeders are always out in force.
Dow killed a man and that makes him and or his family bottom feeders?
Are you really that stupid or do you just play an idiot on Topix?
You know who you are

Lake Jackson, TX

#5 Apr 20, 2013
nuts2you wrote:
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I wanted to judge this, but couldnt find a "f*ck*ng idiot" icon.
The plant was found to have failed in providing a safe work environment.
FYI the man that died had worked out there for 20 plus years and didn't follow a routine procedure. Sorry, not DOW's fault.
Really

Houston, TX

#6 Apr 20, 2013
You know who you are wrote:
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FYI the man that died had worked out there for 20 plus years and didn't follow a routine procedure. Sorry, not DOW's fault.
You obviously have no idea how the Oil and Petrochemical works.
IF this is what happened, sorry it is still Dow's responsibility and "fault" for not insuring it's employees follow procedures.
Private Eye

Friendswood, TX

#7 Apr 20, 2013
Really - well said.
Winston Zeddemore

United States

#8 Apr 20, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Dow killed a man and that makes him and or his family bottom feeders?
Are you really that stupid or do you just play an idiot on Topix?
I can't stand chemical plants but it's quite a stretch to accuse them of killing an employee. Many employees disobey procedures and hurt themselves. If you can't prove your allegations then shut the hell up nimrod.
Arbert

Deer Park, TX

#9 Apr 21, 2013
Every time I see a post by Winston Zeddemore befor even read it I know it will be an idiot posting.
You Prove It

Pasadena, TX

#10 Apr 21, 2013
Winston Zeddemore wrote:
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I can't stand chemical plants but it's quite a stretch to accuse them of killing an employee. Many employees disobey procedures and hurt themselves. If you can't prove your allegations then shut the hell up nimrod.
Third party (OSHA) cited DOW in this case at least that's what the article said. If the employee violated procedure it didn't indicate that. Can you prove he did? Yeah shortcuts and avoiding procedures can and often does lead to injury or death but theres nothing here to indicate thats the case here. Either way, tragic to die at work
You Prove It

Pasadena, TX

#11 Apr 21, 2013
You know who you are wrote:
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FYI the man that died had worked out there for 20 plus years and didn't follow a routine procedure. Sorry, not DOW's fault.
where did you find his length of service? what proecure did he not follow?
Jjjjj

Pasadena, TX

#12 Apr 21, 2013
Even though an employee may or may not have followed a procedure the employer is still at fault for not providing a safe workplace hence the OSHA fine (if indeed they were fined" Had the employer installed an engineered device that ultimately eliminated human error then this might have not occurred..might..Not knowing the specifics of the incident, but understanding OSHA general and Construction industry and PSM.
Really

Richmond, TX

#13 Apr 25, 2013
Winston Zeddemore wrote:
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I can't stand chemical plants but it's quite a stretch to accuse them of killing an employee. Many employees disobey procedures and hurt themselves. If you can't prove your allegations then shut the hell up nimrod.
That's it moron just keep opening that giant pie hole of yours and removing all doubt!
Good Idea

Lake Jackson, TX

#14 Jul 17, 2013
Really wrote:
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You obviously have no idea how the Oil and Petrochemical works.
IF this is what happened, sorry it is still Dow's responsibility and "fault" for not insuring it's employees follow procedures.
Have a good Idea....I have been working there for 20 plus years!

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