Sources of Information
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),
200 Constitution Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210. For general publication information, call
the OSHA Publications Office at (202) 693-1888.
The following documents are available from the Docket Office by writing U.S. Department of
Labor/OSHA, Technical Data Center, Docket Office, 200 Constitution Ave. N.W., Room
Washington, D.C. 20210 or calling (202) 693-2350 or by faxing a request to: (202) 693-1648
The Phillips 66 Company Houston Chemical Complex Explosion and Fire. A Report to
the President. OSHA, Washington, DC. 1990.
Collection of Data and Information on the Procedures for Minimizing Employee
Exposure to Toxic Chemical Releases. Plummer, Ralph W., Terrence J. Stobbe, and
James E. Morgensen. OSHA, Washington, DC. Undated.
A Study of Safety and Health Practices as they Pertain to the Reliance Upon
Petrochemical Industries, Preliminary Findings of the John Gray Institute of Lamar
University. OSHA, Washington, DC.
Report on Chemical Special Emphasis Program. Washington, DC. OSHA, Undated
The following booklets are available from OSHA, Publications Office, Room N3101, 200
Constitution Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210. Enclose a self-addressed mailing label with
request. Single copies are free.
Chemical Hazard Communication. OSHA 3084. Washington, DC.
Systems Safety Evaluation of Operations with Catastrophic Potential, OSHA Instruction
CPL:2-2.45, Washington, DC. 1988.
Safety and Health Guide for the Chemical Industry, OSHA 3091. Washington, DC. 1986.
Health and Safety Committees: A Good Way to Protect Workers. OSHA 3035.
Training Requirements in OSHA Standards and Training Guidelines. OSHA 2254.
How to Prepare for Workplace Emergencies, OSHA 3088 (Rev.). Washington, DC.