Safety Board: Explosion Could Have Been Prevented

Snow-like accumulations of industrial dust were reported at a Georgia sugar refinery that exploded last month, and proper housekeeping probably would have prevented the deadly blast, the head of a federal ... Read more
Bill

United States

#3 Mar 13, 2008
Bubba has that right. Dead people are cheaper in the long run than following the rules.
Mr Logic

United States

#4 Mar 13, 2008
Bubba Roid wrote:
Many many years ago the fire fighters safety board or whatever it is called came out with rules to prevent this type of thing. Companies did not and still do not follow their rules because it will cost them a few dollars.
The result now and the result in the future will be more dead workers. Our government has no backbone to force this and save lifes.
LOL, Big government Ha Ha, ever heard of OSHA Ha Ha.

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