Fire during inspection leaves one dead, one injured
Info: Sunpor said it is in contact with affected customers regarding the possible consequences of the accident on production.
01.03.2023 08:54:32
During a 23 February 2023 inspection at the headquarters site of Austrian EPS producer Sunpor (St. Pölten; www.sunpor.at), a flash fire reportedly took the life of the employee of a contractor and injured a Sunpor worker.

The accident occurred during a planned outage with hot work in production. “For us, this is a bad scenario that we deeply regret,” a company spokesperson said. “We are working on finding the cause and have appointed a committee of experts for this purpose.”

The flash fire is said to have at no point posed a danger for neighbouring companies and workers.
27.02.2023 Plasteurope.com [252292-1]
Published on 27.02.2023
Sunpor: Tödlicher Unfall bei Revisionsarbeiten / Arbeiter stirbt durch VerpuffungGerman version of this article...

© 2001-2023 Plasteurope.com  |  Imprint  |  Privacy  |  Cookie settings

Plasteurope.com is a business information platform for the European plastics industry. It is part of KI Kunststoff Information and PIE Plastics Information Europe, one of the leading content providers for the European plastics industry. We offer daily updated business news and reports, in-depth market analysis, polymer prices and other services for the international plastics industry, including a suppliers guide, career opportunities, a trade name directory and videos.

News | Polymer Prices | Material Databases | Plastics Exchange | Suppliers Guide | Jobs | Trade Names | Videos | Associations & Institutions | Register | Advertising

PIE – Plastics Information Europe | KI – Kunststoff Information | KunststoffWeb | Plastics Material Exchange | Polyglobe | K-Profi
© 2001-2023 by Plasteurope.com, Bad Homburg
Date of print: 06.06.2023 02:17:22   (Ref: 771258449)
Text and images are subject to copyright and other laws for protection of intellectual property.
Any duplication or distribution in any media as a whole or in parts requires prior written approval by Plasteurope. URL: http://www.plasteurope.com/news/detail.asp