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With Little Fanfare, a New Effort to Prosecute Employers That Flout Safety Laws [USA]

...a partnership between the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and a select group of Justice Department prosecutors has been forged to identify and single out for prosecution the nation's most flagrant workplace safety violators...In March, for example, Motiva Enterprises, an oil refining company partly owned by Shell Oil [and partly by Saudi Aramco], pleaded guilty to endangering workers negligently and committing environmental crimes in Delaware. [also refers to McWane]