Workers’ Memorial Day, guest columnist Mark Aronowitz writes, offers the chance to support frontline workers, and grieve those who were injured or killed on the job.
OSHA standards require employers to provide a safe workplace, a changing requirement during the COVID-19 outbreak. They also allow threatened workers to file complaints without fear of retaliation.
OSHA issued two recommendations in a “fatal alert.” Teton County Sheriff tested a Glock from the scene as coroner, Game and Fish accounts differ.
OARS says it has made changes to ensure accidents like the one that killed kayak guide won’t happen again.
Park doesn’t require guides to be schooled in rescue, but that policy may change.