The Bhopal Incident: On 2 December1984, a pesticide factory owned by an American multinational – the Union Carbide Corporation leaked a large amount of poisonous gas into the air surrounding a small and impoverished town called Bhopal, India. The immediate death toll has been estimated to be around 7,000 people, and the death toll from long-term health problems now stands at 25,000 – and a further 25,000 people in the slums around the factory continue to be poisoned by the chemicals that have been left behind. The incident investigation should deal with the chemical accident presented below. The case study should include the following components: A brief introduction of the scene and the accident Safety and health impacts of the accident A statement on the legal aspects of the incident Analysis of the key points from a project management perspective about the incident and accident Summary of the article’s conclusions and your own opinions Conduct a Case Study on this disaster identifying safety management, safety audits, accident investigation, and industrial hygiene issues. Your Case Study should be a minimum of 500 – 600 words and contain the components listed above.