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On April 15th 2009 33 year old Eugene Hakes was killed it work when a large, gasoline powered saw he was using to cut through a water main kicked back and cut his throat. Coworkers saw him holding his throat and tried to help him and called 911, when he reached the hospital he was pronounced dead.
Two months ago OSHA fine A-1 nearly $700,000 for 11 workplace violations involving trenching operations while A-1 has challenged the fine one has to wonder if any of these violations ultimately resulted in Mr. Hakes death. An investigation into the accident is ongoing.
AVOIDING TABLE SAW KICKBACK
Many workers who are injured don't understand the necessity of safety. Others aren't trained property and still others fear being fired if they ask too many questions and give the impression they aren't qualified. Still others simply don't read the safety manual for whatever reason.
Employers need to make sure all safety equipment is utilized and manuals are read and understood. It's the employer's responsibility to ensure a safe workplace. Not the employees.
Iowa can be a very surprising place to live; especially when the temperature dips to a cool minus 25 degrees.
A whopper of an argument escalated into a Triple Whopper undercut resulting in a double beef arrest for an 18-year-old Coralville man. As reported the two employees began to fight by throwing Whoppers at each other. Whopper Jr. must have hit BK Joe as the fight progressed causing the fight to supersize; resulting in the Coralville Police being called to stop this Triple Whopper argument. There was no indication whether Mr. Hilliard Jr. (the arrested employee now on BK’s hot grille) will end up in Dutch Apple Pie Prison or Junior Whopper Jail. It’s safe to assume that with the BK main office already immersed in a fryolator of hot oil with the Dickinson Burger King Burglar and the Burger King Tomato Wars out of Florida these two employees won’t be having it their way. Considering that young and impressionable Cheesy Tots may have been in the store a Supersized upper cut in the Onion Ring isn’t what BK Joe was looking to as a way to attract customers.
In-store surveillance tape caught the argument. Here at The Verdict we have exclusive footage.
As the arrest was taking place other employees were heard to say,
Will that be a take-out arrest officer?