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I will pay for the following essay The Legality of Risk Management. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.rbide for two years jail term for
I will pay for the following essay The Legality of Risk Management. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
rbide for two years jail term for a crime which resulted in the killing of more than 15000 people (Bhopal gas tragedy: Accused awarded only 2 yrs in jail, get bail, 2010).
Bhopal gas tragedy was an industrial catastrophe in which the toxic gases leaked out of the Union Carbide India Limited pesticide plant in Bhopal in 1984.
Methyl isocyanate (MIC) gas and other toxic gases liberated from the plant affected around 500000 people staying nearby. Another controversial aspect of this accident is the fact that even after 25 years of gas leak accident, still tons of chemicals left abandoned at the accident sight which is contaminating the groundwater in this region. The above accident is one of the better examples in which how injudicious industrialization may harm the interests of the public. Moreover, this accident teaches us how carelessly the big companies handling the industrial equipments which can cause severe damages to the human life. The importance of human life is nothing for such greedy industrialists and even after killing many people, these industrialists were able to escape from the severe punishments. This paper briefly analyses the Bhopal gas tragedy case and provide recommendations to avoid such tragedies in future.
The Bhopal gas tragedy happened purely because of the human errors and handling of risky equipments with carelessness. The Union Carbide report after the accident indicates that purely technical negligence and personal negligence caused this tragedy.
A stainless steel tank emplaced in concrete contained probably 45 tons of liquid Methyl isocyanate (MIC). The Union Carbide Manual calls MIC (CH3N = C = O) "an extremely hazardous chemical.. by all means of contact" and regards it "as an oral and contact poison" even though it is not classified among poisons. It is also "extremely flammable." Most probably, water got into the tank through a pipe. The MIC, which reacts violently with water, turned into an explosive gas vapor that blew out the