Government KILLS 2 workers in as many days
Posted in the Minneapolis Forum
#1 Jun 19, 2013
Yesterday the Government Post office KILLED a worker in Brooklyn Center today a Government bug sprayer is killed in a helicopter crash.
When will the Government work related killings stop?
IF a private company killed a worker in work related events the company would be fined and chastized for a dangerous workplace.
OK OSHA do your job and punish the Government!!
#3 Jun 19, 2013
When will accidents stop ?
When all workers are lazy bums & the only danger is moniker burnout, by you IDIOT.
#4 Jun 19, 2013
How many have to die before there is real reform?
Unions are supposed to protect Government workers from hazards on the job. Where is the Union involvement?
#6 Jun 19, 2013
It's not management running the show ?? Since when ???
#7 Jun 19, 2013
In February, 11 congressmen—10 Republicans and one Democrat—joined some two dozen industry groups, including the Fertilizer Institute, the American Chemistry Council, and the International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration, to back the General Duty Clarification Act. The bill is designed to sap the Environmental Protection Agency of its powers to regulate safety and security at major chemical sites, as prescribed by the Clean Air Act.
"We call that the Koch brothers bill".
#8 Jun 20, 2013
Anyone who has worked for the Government in a Union position understands the Unions control what people do and dictate working conditions.
Unions were formed to protect workers and provide better pay and benifits, we they not?
If Unions don't do that then why pay Union dues?
#9 Jun 20, 2013
Spaz Case: "What is your greatest weakness ?"
Spaz Case: "I'm not honest, but how is honesty a weakness !"
Marine: "I don't give a sh*t what you think"
#10 Jun 20, 2013
Poor con etc,
Are you claiming the union writes the contract ??? Really sad, you're either stupid or a really poor liar....
Since we've seen both, it's C. All of the above.
Sure am glad your kids escaped, imagine anyone having to live with your crapola.
#11 Jun 20, 2013
PS- Unions are safer ?? YES !!!
Between 1985 and 1995, 522 workers were killed in trench-related mishaps. Of these, 60 died working for union firms while 462 died in non-union employment. Non-union companies employed about four times more workers than union firms, however, the actual fatality rates were 5.71 per million employees for union firms and 11.80 per million for non-union. In other words, a non-union worker was more than twice as likely to die in trenching incident than a union worker.
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