Be a Safety Manager – Go To Jail
The EHS & Safety News America reported that a safety manager was indicted for one count of involuntary manslaughter after a fatality at a facility in Ohio.
For an individual. involuntary manslaughter carries a maximum penalty of up to five years in jail and a $10,000 fine.
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If you had a fatality at your facility would your be ready to deal with the investigation, the press, and the police?
Maybe you should consider attending:
Two TapRooT® trained former detectives will share information you need to know about dealing with the aftermath of a fatality.
After the course (October 25-26 in San Antonio), consider attending the TapRooT® Summit to learn best practices to prevent fatalities at your facilities. For more Summit information, see: