The Department of Labor and Industries cited a refinery for forty-five alleged violations of various Washington Administrative Code sections assessing a penalty of $2,393,000 as a result of an explosion and fire that occurred at the refinery on the early morning of April 2, 2010 that resulted in seven fatalities. The refiner contends that it did not violate any of the code sections and that the explosion and fire was caused by something unrelated to its failure to follow these rules. The Department has failed to show by a preponderance of the evidence that the refinery committed any of the alleged violations and the Corrective Notice of Redetermination is VACATED.

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