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OSHA also does not have jurisdiction over municipalities and, therefore would not investigate.  The Public Work’s staff contacted Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), an agency that performs extensive safety training for municipalities.  This organization also declined to investigate the incident.  However TEEX referred the staff to a Mr. Luis Villanueva, an instructor for TEEX, and former OSHA employee, who agreed to perform an incident investigation and review of the safety programs for the City Wastewater Treatment Plant.   Mr. Villanueva was at treatment plant on July 9th.  During his review, Mr. Villanueva interviewed staff and visited the incident area. Plant staff provided him with training information, certifications, the incident report form the Fire Department and Police Department, as well as other information he requested. His final report is expected to be delivered within a few weeks. On Tuesday, July 12, an investigator from the Department of Health and Human Services, Environmental and Consumer Safety Region conducted a workplace investigation at the River Road wastewater treatment plant facility. The investigator found no issues with the plant’s safety training, equipment and protocols as it relates to the Texas Hazards Communications Act. The City should be receiving a written report to that effect. The Waste Water Treatment department has also implemented the following precautionary measures for the duration of the investigation: o    Testing the air quality in the affected area every 2 hours o    Requiring employees to carry gas detectors into areas where hydrogen sulfide could be present o    Planning the installation of permanent gas detection alarms in the areas in which this occurred and other similar areas in the plant. o    Plant superintendent has held meetings with employees to review the dangers of hydrogen sulfide gas and reiterated to them the use of PPE and their training.

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