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Moosepoop Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-17-11 03:16 PM
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5. It is management, not the lowly workers, being held responsible.
From the link in the OP:


Had BP's well site leaders brought their faulty explanation of the test results to either of the visiting engineers, "events likely would have turned out differently," the commission report said.

The two engineers who were visiting the rig that day said they would have insisted on further testing, had they been consulted.

"The sad fact is that this was an entirely preventable disaster," the commission's chief counsel, Fred Bartlit, said in a statement. "Poor decisions by management were the real cause."
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