Saturday, September 10, 2022

Short Takes – 9-10-22

Ukraine’s Rapid Advance in East Puts Russian Forces on Defensive. article. Summary of recent action in eastern Ukraine. Pull quote: “As of Aug. 24, the U.S. military said it had provided Ukraine with up to 806,000 rounds of 155mm ammunition, which are used in howitzers, a key weaponry to Ukraine’s defenses. “I think we are learning still about the global production of the 155,” Mr. LaPlante told reporters Friday.”" Military experts always look at logistics first.

End The Drama at The Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. editorial. Pull quote: “Let’s also hope President Biden brings the board up to its full strength. I urge him to nominate someone with extensive experience in process safety and knowledge of the chemical industry for at least one of the two remaining vacancies.”

Enforcement Policy Regarding Production Requirements for Standard Remote Identification Unmanned Aircraft. Federal Register enforcement policy notification. Pull quote: “For noncompliance with the remote identification production requirements applicable to unmanned aircraft, which occurs on or before December 16, 2022, the FAA will consider all circumstances, in particular, the delay in the FAA's acceptance of a means of compliance, when exercising its discretion whether to take enforcement action.”

1 comment:

Rosearray said...

On September 7, the EPA Office of Inspector General just released a rather distressing report on the state of the CSB: Special Review of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Capabilities to Effectively Administer Its Programs and Operations. Link:

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