The probable causes of the natural gas pipeline rupture Dec. 11, 2012, were external corrosion of the pipe wall and failure to detect that corrosion because the pipeline was not inspected or tested after 1988, according to the agency's report.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's new class of 275 prospective police officers is the largest in the department's 86-year history.
"Her proven leadership and expertise made her the ideal candidate to take the council successfully into its second century," said Jeff Woodbury, chairman of the NSC board of directors.
Trillium CNG is building a network of compressed natural gas fueling stations to serve the commercial trucking industry.
Consolidated Nuclear Security—whose members are Bechtel National, Inc., Lockheed Martin Services, Inc., ATK Launch Systems Inc., SOC LLC, and Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.as a teaming subcontractor—will manage the operations. The two facilities maintain the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile.
The May 20-22 symposium in Montreal will feature speakers from the FAA, Boeing and Airbus, NTSB, IFALPA, CAE, and other organizations.
Both passports were recorded in the law enforcement agency's Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database and were used by passengers aboard missing the Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370.
OSHA orders Grand Trunk Western Railway Co. and Union Pacific to pay back wages to five suspended and injured employees.
Although officials were concerned about safety, tests show there were no unusual chemicals found in the Skittles.
The 318 confirmed deaths statewide tripled the total number of flu deaths during the 2012-13 season, when 106 were reported.
The study is the latest one released by the FEMA agency since it published an "Emergency Vehicle Safety Initiative" in 2004.
Participants at a recent meeting discussed current actions being taken by the agency.
A former DuPont employee and another defendant were found guilty of conspiring to steal trade secrets for its chloride-route titanium dioxide production technology and sell them to the People's Republic of China, the Justice Department announced.
OSHA has cited Coastal Building Systems with repeat fall hazards totaling over $50,000 in proposed fines.
The goal of the new LUSTER program is to create a new class of UV lasers that are more than 300 times smaller than current lasers and 10 times more efficient.
The amount will be offset by $123.6 million in BSEE collections.
The agency wants more input about a request for information published in December 2013 as part of the multi-agency process to improve chemical facility safety.
The proposed plan would put $90.9 billion into safe and innovative transportation programs.
The agency has cited Inferno Wood Pellet Inc. of East Providence, R.I., following a combustible dust wood explosion and fire.
Roos Foods recalls even more cheese products for possible listeria contamination.