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May 2017 Archives

Tesla comes under scrutiny for safety record

Pennsylvania residents may have seen news reports that Tesla workers are passing out on the factory floor. According to the report, there have been more than 100 calls for ambulances since 2014 related to nausea, fainting and other work-related issues. It is thought that these problems are caused by an ambitious production schedule that is causing stress and exhaustion for employees.

Report releases figures for workplace fatalities in 2015

Pennsylvania workers may have fewer protections in the years ahead according to the AFL-CIO. The union president says that the Trump administration is trying to roll back many of the policies from the Obama years. During the Obama administration, a report released by the union says, protections against retaliation and important health and safety standards were strengthened. However, the goals of the current administration are focused on deregulation.

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