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Tag Archives: osha
All the adjustments in policy and procedures have already been made, employees disciplined, OSHA fines levied, and the family’s lawsuit settled. All that we have been waiting for is the final federal investigation’s Accident Report. Today the National Transportation and … Continue reading
This video has been making the rounds for a few days. It shows Alice and the Mad Hatter inspecting the new look for the Alice in Wonderland attraction. It’s a good thing he’s mad, because I don’t think any other … Continue reading
This last weekend was my first time back at SeaWorld Orlando since the tragic death of the Killer Whale trainer in February. The new Shamu show still holds up very well, even if the new procedures don’t allow trainers and … Continue reading
Reports and interviews created during an investigation of SeaWorld’s Orca Training program by the federal department OSHA provides what might be the most in depth look at what dangers trainers face yet. The Orlando Sentinel has some of the details, … Continue reading
Disney and OHSA have settled the fine situation that resulted from its investigation of the July Monorail accident. Under the agreement, Disney agreed to correct all four safety violations cited by OSHA, including one lapse that the agency said contributed … Continue reading