CHINA Light and Power has been reminded of work safety by the Government following the new verdicts that the death of two workers in the Castle Peak plant explosion were caused by lack of care. Labour Department's Chief Factory Inspector Chan Tat-king said: ''We are very concerned about the safety operation of plants which manufacture hydrogen or use the gas as a cooling agent after the CLP explosion.'' He said the department had stepped up inspections on CLP after the accident. After the verdicts last month, Mr Chan said they had given CLP reminders of the need to comply with work safety regulations. But it was more important to have the plant or factory operator take the initiative to follow work safety requirements than to rely on government inspection, he added. Fire Services Department's Deputy Chief Fire Officer (New Territories), Shu King-ping said they had always kept a close contact with CLP on fire safety measures.