BASTIAN, Circuit Judge.
On June 10, 1961, The Teamsters, Chauffeurs & Helpers Local Union No. 79, petitioners, filed in this court a petition to review and set aside a decision and order of the National Labor Relations Board finding that Redwing Carriers, Inc. and Rockana Carriers, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "the employers") had not engaged in unfair labor practices and dismissing the complaint in its entirety. After the filing of a brief by the union, the Board moved that the case be remanded to it for further consideration and, no objection having been filed, the case was so remanded.
In the original decision appealed from, the Board had found that certain employees of the employers had engaged in unprotected conduct when certain drivers refused to cross a picket line established by the Chemical Workers Union at the premises of Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation. These employees had been assigned to make deliveries to Virginia-Carolina but declined to cross the picket line, whereupon their services were terminated by the employers and new employees were hired. The Board held that the activity of the original employees was unprotected, and further found that the employers had not violated § 8(a) (1) of the National Labor Relations Act by discharging those employees, and that "abnormally dangerous conditions," within the meaning of § 502 of the Act,
The Board further held:
The Board concluded:
While the Board, in its original order, had found that no "abnormally dangerous conditions" existed, it did not do so in haec verba in its supplemental order. It did, however, adhere to its original decision except insofar as the conduct of the discharged employees had been held to be unprotected. All members of the Board concurred in the result, although two members adhered to the position taken by them on the original order.
We think it clear that there is adequate support in the record, considered as a whole, to support the findings of the Board and it follows accordingly, that the petition to set aside the order and supplemental order of the Board must be denied. Cf. N. L. R. B. v. Rockaway News Supply Co., 197 F.2d 111 (2d Cir. 1952), aff'd on other grounds, 345 U.S. 71, 73 S.Ct. 519 (1953).