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Why Indonesia Tsingshan Stainless Steel Nickel Smelter Exploded

Monday, January 1, 2024

The Tsingshan nickel smelter fire in Morowali is suspected to be caused by procedural errors. Initial findings in the investigation point to misconduct.

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Photo collage from screenshots of a video during the fire at the Indonesia Tsingshan Stainless Steel (ITSS) smelter in the industrial area of Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (IMIP), Morowali Regency, Central Sulawesi. Morowali Workers Union Doc. . tempo : 172147978210.

A FIRE at the nickel smelter processing plant, or nickel smelter, belonging to Indonesia Tsingshan Stainless Steel (ITSS) claimed many victims. About 59 employees became casualties, 19 died due to burns and difficulty breathing. One survivor, Fatriansyah, an officer who directly witnessed the event, is currently undergoing treatment.

Tempo obtained the account of Fatriansyah, also known as Rian, from Andi Hamka, the Deputy Chairman of Advoc


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