IOC, company supervisor charged with...
The Iron Ore Co. of Canada and one of its supervisors have been charged with violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations in relation to a fatality at the Labrador City mine site on April 19, 2011.
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St. John's, Canada
#1 May 3, 2013
Its about time something has been reported about the Linesman's tragic death in Lab City. I realize that the people who made mistakes must feel horrible, but charges need to be laid and dealt with so that companies strictly enforce safety policy, which in the end should and could save another family from being destroyed by the death of a family man, father, husband and friend. I hope the case is followed more by the media and that other cases like it don't get swept under the rug for more glamorous, politically appealing stories. Thanks to the reporter for reporting!
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