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August 27 - August 31, 2018

A recent jobsite accident in a San Francisco transit tunnel has spurred promises from the San Francisco MTA to better vet general contractors. Should letting agencies investigate bidders' safety records during the contract process?


Yes. Contractors shouldn't simply be trusted to disclose past violations.
No. If a contractor is required to disclose its safety record, that should be enough. If the contractor isn't honest, there will be consequences.
Other (please explain in the comments section).

Voting for this poll closed on Friday, August 31, 2018



Tagged categories: Accidents; Contracts; Health & Safety; Health and safety
   

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