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Resources for case: The Dhopal Disaster

 

Dhopal Chronology
Description: A timeline of events surrounding the Dhopal disaster.
Barrow Corporation Organizational Chart
Description: The hierarchical structure of Barrow Corporation.
Calpora's Approach to Economic Development
Description: An economic history of the Calporan nation and their current approach to supporting economic development.
Contrasting Views of Responsibility for the Dhopal Disaster
Description: Legal Filings by both the Union of Calpora and Barrow Corporation maintaining contrasting views on responsibility for the Dhopal disaster.
H.O.T. Analysis
Description: An analysis of the Dhopal disaster using a technique for examining industrial accidents developed by Paul Shrivastava.
Summary of June 1990 Barrow-Calpora Safety Survey of Bhopal Plant
Description: A summary of the June 1990 inspection of the Dhopal plant by Barrow-Calpora's Plant Inspection Team.
U.S. Policy on Information about Chemical Plant Hazards
Description: An overview of U.S. policies concerning the transparency of the hazards associated with certain chemical production processes.
Western European Policy on Information about Chemical Plant Hazards
Description: An overview of Western European policies concerning the transparency of the hazards associated with certain chemical production processes.
Ethical and Professional Societies, Associations, Institutes, Codes, etc.
Description: A short list of some national and international professional societies and codes for Engineering Ethics.

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