Weekly Toll: Last Week’s Workplace Fatalities

Another week, and another list of preventable deaths. Two double fatalities this week: Two workers killed in a power plant explosion and two others who fell to their deaths down an elevator shaft. Man dies from electrocution injuries WOONSOCKET, R.I. (AP) — A Rhode Island man has died from electrocution injuries sustained while painting. WPRI-TV…

Workers Memorial Day Around the Country

Workers Memorial Day events were held around the world last weekend. Here are some articles about many of the US events. Others weren’t covered in the press. California “Worker’s Memorial Day” Celebrates California’s Fallen Providers Gov. Brown Declares April 28 as Workers Memorial Day Coming together for a safer Tesla on Workers’ Memorial Day Annette Brooks, Caltrans worker killed in…

Really Stupid Sh*t: Johns Hopkins, Scott Walker and Bad Foster Parents

Sometimes you just have to smack your head and laugh. Because the only other thing you can do is scream and cry. Let’s start close to home. Martin Luther King Rises From The Grave to Bust Unions Johns Hopkins is Maryland’s largest employer. Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) employs more than 3,000 nurses — 3,000 unorganized…

Weekly Toll: Workers Memorial Day Week Edition

Waffle House shooting: Police release names of victims killed in Nashville attack Nashville, TN — Nashville police have released the names four people who were shot and killed Sunday morning after a gunman opened fire on a Waffle House in Antioch. Taurean C. Sanderlin, 29, of Goodlettsville  was an employee of the Waffle House. He was fatally wounded…