Saturday, 20 February 2016

Report: New OSHA rule reveals slaughterhouse worker amputations

No wonder we keep hearing about Safety tests revealing Human DNA is in the Food Chain!
In the first nine months of 2015, workers in meat-packing plants owned by Tyson Foods averaged at least one amputation a month. That report was gleaned from a Freedom of Information Act request by Celeste Monforton, a George Washington University occupational health professor. Monforton writes on her blog that she sought the data because of a new regulation that requires companies to report injuries to OSHA within 24 hours. She focused on one of the big meatpackers, Tyson, to get a feel for how the new rule, which kicked in on Jan. 1, 2015, would play out.

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