Mixed Connection, Toxic Result

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Useless Duck Company : Why am i so facinated by these. And the narrator sounds like the narrator from homeworld

Dan Watt : Who LOCKS emergency breath masks......

Ben Barker : Your quality keeps going up, fluid sims, lighting, shaders, mocap, etc.

Artisan Auto Body : A most excellent use of tax money, imo. Thank you for your informative videos.

TheSpacecraftX : Really high quality animation on this one.

Liam Tarr : Who thought no labels was a good idea?

10mintwo : yaaas my monthly dose of engineering failure autism is here

Hughes Enterprises : I don't like that there are industrial disasters where people get hurt... but I sure do love the videos showing what went wrong.

Doxie Lain : Why in earth did the company lock their respirators up? that seems insane

voxelemur : My question is why the hell are dangerous chemical combinations not prevented by using different types of valves so that they don't ever mix them up? Why aren't they at least color coded?

465maltbie : Another excellent presentation, people learn better from this format than from a flyer or bulletin. Thank you.

readmorebooksidiots : The reenactment graphics are great in this one! Did your cgi person get new software?

lassefar Thygesen : vape nation represent

Gustav Derkits : Write your congressman! Trump’s budget proposes eliminating the chemical Safety Board. It costs $11 million per year , less than Trump will gain from his tax change, and it saves lives. The real reason for the proposed shutdown is that companies want to avoid the expense of safety and avoid objective accident analysis when a lawsuit occurs.

Harrison William : Why would this company not have the fill lines tagged out and labeled? There should be locks on each fill line with a tag stating what line it unlock and each line should have it's own separate lock.

Joeylawn36111 : If the operator had just waited to watch where the Driver attached that Hose instead of walking away....

Mark Collins : Good thing CSB received funding this year - it was on the block to be eliminated.  All engineering & safety students should watch theses videos.

Pedro Brito : We should be pouring buckets of funding into this agency, so much learning so little videos 😭

A S : why the hell would you lock up escape respirators????

Charles Thomas : The animation is strong with this one. One thing I noticed is the trailer, it looked like an MC407. These types of trailers have an internal hydraulic valve to shut off flow quickly if there is a problem. There are devices that breakaway and vent the pressure holding the internal valve open. One or two in the front and one at the rear. Hit them with your hand and they snap off fairly easily, shutting the internal isolation valve thus stopping the flow. It seems the driver was trying to manually shut the external valve but could no reach it, then tried to shut the internal from the other side. DOT drivers should know this, but it is an easy thing to miss when there is an emergency. Something to keep in mind if you are loading/unloading trailers. Drivers should also be in attendance during transfers per DOT regulations within 25 feet of the hose/isolation valves IIRC. Being in the cab is not in attendance and if he was watching the transfer he would have been able to stop it. There are some gaps in plant readiness for a vapor cloud. Putting some water from a fire monitor would have probably knocked down some of the gas. I don't even need to comment on the respirators being locked up. Those photos of the vapor cloud are stunning in scope. The DOT Emergency Response Guide for evacuation of the area is up to 7 miles downwind depending on conditions. Anyways, enough of my armchair quarterbacking from my soapbox. Be safe out there.

Geoff Wood : I love these videos please don’t ever stop

Leo Williamson : As a Health and Safety committee Chair and former Chemical Controller at a large facility I was somewhat appalled that there were no labels on the connections, no supervision of the connection and a the operator did not ensure that the NaCl connection was not locked before leaving the area, after it's last use.

Ron Wilson : *Brilliant! WW1 trench gas released.*

Winston Duong : they have stepped up their animation game 10 fold, its awesome. We need full documentaries made by these people

icannotfly : the graphics just keep getting better and better!

juan gonzalez : Hey we have these two chemicals that are highly toxic if mixed right? What if we put both of the fill nozzles 18" apart instead of on opposite ends of the compound because reasons. Ya know these two compounds in tanks that probably have bleed valves for when they heat up and over pressure. Yeah, all of these are great ideas.

Sean Fowler : It seems like the connections of the two chemical fill pipes should be different so there is no way to connect to the wrong fill line

matt8863 : 5:24 Just another puppet teleprompter pro..That guy doesn't know his ass from his elbow, but he's probably in the pockets of all these companies looking to keep their bottom line, at the bottom...These toxic releases and spills are all the total fault of the employers. First of all, I can't shove a diesel fuel nozzle in my gasoline filler neck, but these jackasses design equipment that allow the mixture of acid and bleach...Lol. This story is absolutely laughable...What in hell did they expect?? Let's recap...They allow a truck driver, that probably couldn't tell you how many pounds of air his tires require, basically unescorted access to a locked loading area of highly toxic chemical fill lines. I guess the MGPI operator couldn't watch him for a minute, too busy screwing off. What a bunch of morons.

Robert K : I dont understan two things. Why the operator did not wait untill the driver connect the hose even from distance. Why driver did not go for ask which hose is which. Both of them knew that they are not filling the swimming pool....

TheWittyGeek : The animations are those of a popular YouTube channel but the deadpan demeanor of the people screams federal government. Overall, these.videos are really interesting and I hope y'all continue to produce them.

felix the cat : i can't get enough of these videos, is there any similar channels on youtube like this anyone can suggest?

Luis Gil : Congrats, the quality of the video it's so great and professional as usual. Thank you for sharing it.

OttoVonNitro : USCSB notification squad checking in! (Better late than never)

TheCarson116 : Well, it's unfortunate that another incident like this had to happen, just thank God no one was killed. I have to agree that the operator should have been on scene during the filling, to make sure the correct fill line was used and the filling was done properly, along with all chemical facilities across the nation should have automatic valves between EVERY piece of equipment and piping, in case of an accident like this one. In addition those valves (and by extension all valves at every chemical plant across the US) should have been clearly marked so the driver knew which was which. Although I'm sort of surprised that while the CSB covered most of the problems that lead to the incident both in the animation itself and in the investigation breakdown after, the one thing they did not mention was that emergency respirator cabinets should be unlocked at all times. After all, someone's life may depend on them. It's also interesting to see actual brand names now(excluding the names of the companies which were involved/responsible for the incident) in the CSB's animations, like the Mack truck in this animation.

John Tucker : Conservatives want more industrial deregulation? Why, so workers and the public can be exposed to dangers and poisons like this?

effluviah : These graphics/animations are absolutely amazing. The production quality is so high, which helps make these interesting and fascinating to watch. Thanks for putting these out!

Dave B : trump is going to get rid of the ENTIRE CSB by cutting its budget from the 2019 federal budget. Don't expect more videos but expect a lot more deaths. MAYBE the democrats will be able to save the CSB, maybe not. These are regulations they save lives but cut a tiny % into profits. THINK BEFORE YOU VOTE

htomerif : Its weird that their sodium hydroxide line has a shell for secondary containment but acetic anhydride, sodium hypochlorite and sulfuric acid don't. Also, every part of that picture at 6:51 is just mind mindbogglingly idiotic. I don't care if the lines are right next to each other, but gas cylinders have to be color coded and hazardous material transporters have to know what those colors mean. Its inexcusable that a similar system isn't in place for liquid chemical transport.

tc : Operators under stress is cause of all accidents.

Udemy Excel : factory work has always been extremely dangerous... every day when I went to work I was super careful.. I still have to do factory work because I have no fucking choice however it is extremely dangerous

WolfSoldier85 : Seriously, these animations and graphics are amazing.

Piyush InfoUna : Why all CSB female employees talk like robots??

corie dunn : I’m watching this cause I filmed the gas while flying my drone and got an interview to use my footage on the news

Art Deco Jeweller : so a chemical factory not has chemical clothes to work in toxic gasses? and they have permission to operate? america is a mess hahaha

DrHillbillyShow : In the aircraft fuel business this problem was solved decades ago. Jet fuel (kerosene) and Avgas (high octane gasoline) are distributed through hose and connector systems that CANNOT be cross connect because they will not fit together. Thus, mixing is not possible. It's that simple.

L V : Awesome work and informative. I actually look forward to this videos.

Corvid : 4:10 I seriously hope no firefighter was stupid enough to walk into a cloud of Chlorine gas wearing a fire tunic... even the pump in my tiny retained station has a couple of the old "Teletubbie" spaceman suits to be worn over your entire BA set!

Mark Knowles : The driver was also negligent by not monitoring the entire unloading process. I hauled bulk chemicals for 24 years. It is illegal for the driver to depart from the area of the transfer of HazMat chemicals while said transfer is taking place? Sitting in the cab of the truck was negligent?I hauled sulfuric acid and a lot worse and was always checking and double checking everything. Sometimes the workers running the plant were rummy from working double shifts and the procedures varied from plant to plant. Always and I mean always make sure the load will fit in the storage tank. Trace the fill line at the hook up point to the storage tank. Look for nomenclature on the lines and the tank. Ask questions all the time. Once I started the unload process I would make sure the level of the storage tank indicated it was filling by vision, sound and or feel and if that was not possible I would get a hold of the control room to verify the tank was filling. 38 years Driving trucks and I never injured myself or anyone else. Never killed anyone either but there were a lot of close calls! Damned glad it is over.

PopcornMax179 : When are we gonna get a feature film?

RD : A simple plastic tag 🏷. We learn from our mistakes.