In the exhaustive discovery conducted in the BP Texas City explosion, this document was uncovered. It was an internal BP document regarding Risk Management and Assessment. The document discusses the differences in Risk Management and Assessment policies between BP and Amoco. Of particular note is that BP “embraced the principle” that a numeric cost valuation can be placed on a human life for purposes of cost benefit analysis.
This document is also available at www.gulfcoastdisaster.com under the section “BP’s Previous Blunders.”
Our firm has archived this and 7 million other documents uncovered in the Texas City litigation in a website www.texascityexplosion.com. We have also begun archiving relevant information on the rig disaster at www.gulfcoastdisaster.com.
About Brent Coon & Associates
Brent Coon & Associates was the lead counsel in the BP Texas City Explosion of March 23, 2005, representing hundreds of affected workers. Working with the Chemical Safety Board, Department of Justice, the USW and other organizations, BCA has amassed over 7 million documents concerning refinery safety and played a pivotal role in establishing the occurrences of multiple, major safety violations. Brent Coon has discussed his in-depth knowledge of the dark side of BP’s corporate culture and how it relates to the current gulf coast disaster on numerous national media outlets including 60 Minutes, USA Today, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC and Newsweek. For more information on Brent Coon & Associates in this case or in other matters, please contact Jay Jackson, Communications Director at email@example.com or at 312-656-3471.
BCA has created www.gulfcoastdisaster.com where we will keep the media and the public at the epicenter of the legal action on all the issues surrounding the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill - we’ll be releasing key documents, information and insights on every facet of this tragedy and the resulting litigation that is sure to follow.