Outgoing BP CEO Tony Hayward deflects questions relating to the company's turbulent safety record.
The ability to earn up to $400 a day participating in clinical trials has created a breed of semi-professional human guinea pigs, who may be compromising their health and the trial results.
Food fraud is causing a resurgence in media coverage and consumer awareness — as well as capturing the attention of Congress, which is considering legislation aimed at bolstering food safety.
Upton Sinclair dedicated The Jungle to “the workingmen of America,” and I think he would find it unacceptable that employees are still taking second place to earning reports.
Safeguard Technology has added five new glow-in-the-dark colors to its originally photoluminescent white Hi-Traction Glo Series anti-slip surface.
Here at Chem.Info, we come across a lot of chemical-related conspiracies. We've selected five that are as interesting as they are controversial.
In a market driven by cost and the need to produce product free from infection, whilst using fewer chemicals, ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is adopted increasingly for a variety of applications.
Raw footage showing the propane tank explosions and subsequent fire that injured five civilians.
Testing on venting systems for indoor and outdoor dust explosions.
FireBag® thermo activated shut-off devices from Assured Automation prevent the spread of fire and gas explosions.
Maintaining clean food preparation facilities helps ease food poisoning concerns and keep food companies’ reputations — as well as the public — safe.
Kimberly-Clark Professional’s Jackson Safety brand has introduced two new models to its Smith & Wesson line of protective eyewear — the 44 Magnum ® and the Aviator.
CS Unitec offers a line of intrinsically safe, electric-powered explosion-proof axial fans for ventilating, exhausting and cooling.
Workers at BP's oil spill cleanup staging area recall the effects of the ammonia leak at a nearby chicken distribution plant.
In 1970, health officials discovered an epidemic of lead poisoning in El Paso caused by a nearby smelter.
While the natural food craze is mainly harmless (and even good for you), the growing popularity of raw milk is sending scores to the hospital — all in the name of good health.
Handling chemical powders is more complex than moving product from point A to B: Systems and processes that ensure safe and efficient processing are just as important.
Parker Hannifin Corporation's Balston® membrane air dryers l ower an air stream's dewpoint without electricity or moving parts.
It's quite possible — perhaps even probable — that after all the testing it has undergone, seafood that leaves the Gulf today is safer than any in recent memory. So why the public hesitation?
Footage of the fire and resulting destruction caused by the fireworks plant explosion in China.
As the bottom kill nears completion, Admiral Thad Allen reflects on the lessons and technology developments that came out of the crisis.
Fierce competition seems to be a tempting reason to ignore certain safety standards and procedures, but when you-know-what hits the fan, consumers become the victims.
In order to mitigate the potentially heavy regulatory changes coming down the pike, food manufacturers and chemical producers need to be the ones to uncover and disclose the effects of their products on public health.
Engineers were drilling the final 100 feet of the well in 20- to 30-foot increments before stopping to check it is still on track to hit the busted well.