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Response to airmid (Original post)

Sat Jul 22, 2017, 12:27 PM

2. protective gear implies liability

so companies do not want their workers to wear any. Government listens to the company. Workers are truly considered expendables. This happens so often it is a disgrace. I hope these workers win their case because it may change the way cleanups are done.

We have a Superfund site (dioxin, mercury etc). The state put up Keep out/health hazard signs and the local politicians forced them to take the signs down because it makes the town look bad.

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