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Lights Turning Back On in Puerto Rico

The lights are starting to turn back on for residents of Puerto Rico after a huge fire at an electrical
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Major AL Pipeline Restarts

Colonial Pipeline restarted the flow of gasoline through Line 1 in Shelby County, AL. Line 1 shut down Sept. 9
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Fish Meal Dust Eyed as Blast Cause

An explosion likely caused by fish-meal dust caused major damage to a Dutch Harbor, Alaska, seafood processing plant Monday night,
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EHS: IIoT Meets Safety

By Gregory Hale
In this age of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) it is possible to gain quality
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AR Utility Selects Security Platform

Clarksville Light & Water (CLW), of Clarksville, Arkansas, is implementing the Bedrock Automation control system to monitor and control of
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EHS: Safety is Good Business

By Gregory Hale
Safety is good business. It is all tied together in culture, compliance and capital. “People feel
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EHS: Safety, Production Perfect Together

By Gregory Hale
Safety needs to be a part of the entire business discussion and not have it placed
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Digging Out Major Fuel Pipeline

Colonial Pipeline employees and contractors started digging out a leaking underground pipeline Friday after it spilled hundreds of thousands of
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FL Fertilizer Pond Leaks Radioactive Water

A sinkhole spanning 45 feet in diameter opened at a Mosaic Co phosphate fertilizer facility in Florida, leaking 215 million
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Moxa Fixes Active OPC Server Issue

Moxa created a new version to mitigate an unquoted service path escalation vulnerability in its Active OPC Server application, according
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