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August 1, 2010

Further comments on safety, ethics

Comments from CE's Letters Page

Scott Mansfield, PE Retired, San Gabriel, CA

June, Safety, ethics on the horizon, p. 5: As a thoroughly schooled, experienced engineer, I have read the news, watched television and listened to the radio for an engineering explanation of what went on as BP lost control of its oil well. All I have heard...

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Comments (1) for Further comments on safety, ethics
Very excellent comment.
I would like to see a full article about accident with deepwater plattform from CheEng's point of view. There is no info about that yet.
Posted by Salvador on Friday, August 13, 2010 @ 10:18 AM

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