August 6 - August 12, 2012

A Pennsylvania painting company owner faces criminal charges for the electrocution of an employee. Authorities say he ignored the presence of high-power lines on a job site. Is the charge fair?


Answers Votes
Criminal charges are overkill, but he should face OSHA sanctions. 49%
Yes. Employers are accountable for worker safety and welfare. 46%
No. Workers should be accountable for their own safety. 5%


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