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9 Okt 2004

Dr Usha Ramanathan, International Environmental Law Research Centre, in Economic & Political Weekly

[PDF] Communities at Risk - Industrial Risk in Indian Law

Till the Bhopal Gas Disaster happened, industrial risk [in India] was linked with occupational health and safety. The constituency of industrial safety law was the workforce, and the site of industrial risk was the premises where industrial activity was carried on. Immediately, and directly, the vitims of the disaster emerged as an identifiable constituency that the law had to acknowledge. [refers to Union Carbide (part of Dow Chemical), Bayer, Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore]