The Chlorine Spill of 2005 Case Study

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 18:495-496 (2007)
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Abstract

This case study reviews a train crash that occurred in January 2005 when a Norfolk Southern freight train struck a parked train on the tracks near Graniteville, South Carolina. At issue is the safe transportation of hazardous materials, the assignment of responsibility, the stakeholder management of participants and the outcome to Avondale Mills, a local textile company that ended up closing its doors after the spill

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