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Monday, January 16, 2012

We Need Safety Rules For Conducting Safety Meetings - Employee Stabbed

You won't think you'd need to specifically lay out a set of rules for safety while attending a safety meeting.  But apparently it is needed.

Reports from Las Vegas yesterday state that "A Las Vegas city employee has been arrested after allegedly stabbing a fellow employee during a safety training session."

What happened is that two city employees engaged in horseplay during a safety meeting. Both had knives and one employee stabbed the other in the back of the leg.

The story is being reported on a number of Las Vegas TV stations, including KASA.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those two would have ignored safety no matter what rules there were. Safety was the farthest thing from their minds.

7:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is ridiculous. This has nothing to do with safety policies. This has to do with idiots who shouldn't be allowed to reproduce. I hope they both got fired.

7:09 AM  

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