As Peter Dooley ofthe National Council for Occupational Safety told The Post: When worker safety lives in the shadows, dangers thrive. Take, for example, the terrifying mystery deaths where workers dropped dead inexplicably after opening tanks. The mystery was ultimately solved and its been determined 10oil and gas industry workers have died of hydrocarbon poisoning since 2010, including two in Colorado. Yet proposed rules in Colorado that could stop the deadly buildup of gases when multiple tanks are connected didnt come in response to the deaths, but in response to a rash of fires and release of pollutants from the same problem that caused the COGCC to pay attention. Doesnt it seem reasonable that similar scrutiny should be paid in Colorado to protecting the workers at these facilities? Whose job is it to recommend or require giving adequate respirators to these employees so they can survive a sudden burst of toxic fumes? We would argue that the U.S.Occupational Safety and Health Administration should be the agency policing safety, but sometimes a federal agency is incapable of providing the same oversight that a state might employ to protect its residents. http://newjonathangordon.universitypunjabi.org/2016/10/02/an-a-z-on-effortless-tactics-for-interview-attire/West Virginia and Wyoming have both taken steps to improve reporting and it sounds like there is a movement within the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health that may create a database for such fatalities its being led by an epidemiologist in Colorado. Industry officials say they are policing themselves, spending $7 billion in new technology in the past dozen years, partially to improve safety.
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He is expected to start for the Browns on sunday. Bailey signed a three-year, $6 million deal with the Browns. He received a $1 million signing bonus, and has another $1 million guaranteed. So he’s not a big investment. The Browns believe he is a viable NFL lineman, but they don’t want any more incidents like this. ABOUT THE BROWNS 1. Part of this season is about finding discarded players who could fit here. Smart teams find value on the waiver wire and with undrafted free agents. 2. The Browns claimed defensive lineman Stephen Paea on waivers from Washington, and he backed up Danny Shelton in the opener. In the last two games, he moved to end in the 3-4 set.
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