mercredi 18 janvier 2017

Company doesn't follow safety regulations, kills three workers

"In April, 2002, an Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspection of a Higgins project in a Marco Island manhole resulted in a $2,500 fine that got settled for $1,875.

The citation said, among other violations, that atmospheric testing wasn't performed; a confined space entry program wasn’t implemented; confined space entry permits weren’t implemented by a qualified person; a rescue plan wasn't implemented; rescue services weren’t available in a timely manner; and rescue equipment wasn’t available at the site."

See if only they had had that $1875 then they might have instituted the proper procedures that could have kept these men alive. That is the classic case of government overregulation.

via International Skeptics Forum

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