Feds: Nevada workplace safety woefully lacking
Nevada's workplace safety program is marred by poorly trained investigators and lackadaisical procedures and is in "urgent" need of oversight corrections, according to a federal report released Tuesday.
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#1 Oct 23, 2009
Way to go, feds. Wait until 10 months after the state saw the errors of their ways and startred requiring mandatory OSHA training in NV ( www.osha10hourtrainingnevada.com ) to announce they have a problem.
#2 Oct 23, 2009
That's not the problem. This town has a very broad, very poor work ethic. Work for the Gov't means "don't do a damn thing and still get paid for it". This town needs to straighten up its work ethic, improvement starts with the conscientious individual.
#3 Jan 25, 2011
It is true that the workforce is lethargic and unenthusiastic. However, the need for OSHA training - www.oshatraininginnevada.com - is even more necessary in this case.
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